In a conversation with New York Times Magazine on Wednesday, he criticized the melodramatic nature of the reporters he faced off against, going so far as to wonder what value the White House Press Corps has at all.
“It can be surreal at the podium when you go down that front row and you have an exchange with one of the reporters in which there's very emotional — maybe even theatrical — presentation and back and forth, and then you go to the next reporter and you have the same thing, as if the first one didn't happen at all,” he said. “You begin to wonder how valuable a service to the nation that is in the end.”
“If you look at the difference in tenor between the on-camera briefings and the on-the-record-but-off-camera gaggles, it's night and day.”
you pretty much blew any credibility to go back there again...I haven't made any decisions about what combination of things I'm going to be doing,” Carney said. “I'm not going to go back to being a journalist full time
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