Being the press secretary for a U.S. President is arguably the toughest job in the world.
From Bush to Clinton to Trump, at some point, a press secretary is going to have to bend the parameters of truth to satisfy a seething press corps while probably not answering the question being asked.
Read this post on the Muck Rack blog to see what former Communications Director for a Congressman Trey Ditto says PR pros can learn from Sean Spicer’s tenure as press secretary, plus check out some other blog posts from the past few weeks.
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