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press secretary

n.
One who officially manages the public affairs and press conferences of a public figure.
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He served as President Clinton's Deputy Press Secretary for Foreign Affairs during the 1992 campaign and transition.
State Department Deputy Press Secretary Marie Harf told reporters, "in the last three days a convoy of three T-64 tanks, several BM-21 or Grad multiple rocket launchers and other military vehicles crossed from Russia into Ukraine near the Ukrainian town of Snizhne.
He will continue to focus on the storm, even as he campaigns," Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters aboard Air Force One.
Tsutomu Himeno resigned as deputy press secretary and returned to the Foreign Ministry, where he is originally from, the officials said.
Late Wednesday night, Christina Martin, a deputy press secretary for Dole, distributed a release in which she said of Gore and other Democrats: ``New wrapping, same old fruitcake.
Carlson is the former Deputy Press Secretary and Acting Press Secretary to Presidents Nixon and Ford, and was appointed and served on various boards and commissions during the Carter, Reagan and George H.
From the White House, Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest said, "The thoughts and prayers of the first lady and the president go out to the family of Anja Niedringhaus.
Washington, July 18 ( ANI ): Deputy press secretary of the White House has given an inside scoop on the kiss cam from Barack Obama.
EDS: ADDING COMMENTS BY CHIEF CABINET SECRETARY FUKUDA, DEPUTY PRESS SECRETARY HIMENO)
All the votes about the party's platform that came up today passed unanimously, so there was no need to use the computers,'' said Tim Fitzpatrick, deputy press secretary for the convention.
Regarding the next steps by the United States to respond to the crisis in Ukraine, White House deputy press secretary Josh Earnest said earlier today: "There are a range of options that are available, and it is fair to say that a range of options is being actively considered at the White House, but I do not have any specific decisions about those options to relate to you now.
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest pointed out that the US had raised the issue of terrorism with the Pakistanis and remained committed to finding ways to work with them to combat the threat that militant groups posed both to US forces and innocent Pakistani civilians, the Dawn reports.

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