Pat Cunnane’s most memorable job title in the White House was as President Obama’s Press Wrangler

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Author Pat Cunnane writes West-Winging It: An Un-Presidential Memoir, a story about stages of work in the White House, from intern, to press wrangler and more. Plus, he tells us how he lasted six and a half years after asking his colleagues, “What’s a POTUS?” He also tells John which modern television program best illustrates the Obama White House: “Veep” or “House of Cards.”


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