After much waiting and to great fanfare, President Biden gave his first press conference on Thursday, fielding reporters’ questions for a little over an hour. But what, exactly, was revealed? Michael Isikoff, Dan Klaidman and Victoria Bassetti are joined by national political correspondent at the Washington Post and Yahoo News reporter to break down this presser, discussing the news-breaking moments and artful (and less artful) dodges and to talk about the state of the press corps, post-Trump.
Olivier Knox (), National Political Correspondent and Anchor of the Daily 202, Washington Post
Caitlin Dickson (), Reporter, Yahoo News
Michael Isikoff (), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo News
Dan Klaidman (), Editor in Chief, Yahoo News
Victoria Bassetti (), Fellow, Brennan Center for Justice
"" by Caitlin Dickson, Yahoo News (March 25, 2021)
"" by Olivier Knox, Washington Post (March 25, 2021)
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