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Josh Earnest is Assistant to the President and Press Secretary in the White House Office of Communications. Mr. Earnest attended Rice University, where he majored in political science and policy studies. He joined then-Senator Obama’s presidential campaign in March 2007 as his Iowa Communications Director. He is a native of Kansas City, Missouri.
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The beam signed by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during their visit to the World Trade Center site on June 14th is among the final beams added to the 104-story building.
Reactions from newspapers across the country to the President's ABC News interview yesterday.
In Iowa, President Obama tells students, "You are the economy."
After President Obama traveled to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Colorado at Boulder to have a vital conversation with students regarding federal student loans, the papers and television stations in both states provide a glimpse of the local response to his visits.
Ohio responds to President Obama's plan to train unemployed workers and help them to get jobs in high-demand, high-growth industries
Reactions from across the country to the President's plan to plan to help responsible borrowers and relieve some of the pain caused by the financial crisis
News outlets around the country react to President Obama's plan to boost the economy and create jobs through new initiatives to increase travel to, and around, the United States.
Newspapers across the country weigh in on President Obama's plan to bring more jobs back to the U.S.
Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest takes a look at the editorial reaction the President Obama's appointment of Richard Cordray, which finding that newspapers across the country understand how much this will benefit middle class families in their neighborhoods, cities and towns.
The story of William and Endia Eason is the perfect illustration for why President Obama appointed Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau