Jay Carney Resigns as White House Press Secretary

The lies Carney had to spin. He certainly didn’t do a very good job of keeping them straight.
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President Obama announced that White House Press Secretary Jay Carney would resign in mid-June, making a surprise announcement at the White House press briefing on Friday.

“Jay has become one of my closest friends and is a great press secretary and a great advisor,” Obama said. “He’s got good judgment. He has a good temperament, and he’s got a good heart, and I’m going to miss him a lot.”

Carney thanked Obama for allowing him the chance to serve at the White House.

“In mid-life you don’t often make a whole new set of friends,” Carney said, who just turned 50. “Every day with you in here has been a privilege.”



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