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Jeff Gannon

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Born May 22, 1957

James Dale Guckert is a conservative columnist better known by the pseudonym Jeff Gannon. Between 2003 and 2005, he was given credentials as a White House reporter. He was eventually employed by the conservative website Talon News during the latter part of this period. Gannon first gained national attention during a presidential press conference on January 26, 2005, when he asked United States President George W.… Read More

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1957 Birth Born on May 22, 1957.

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2003 46 Years Old 1 More Event
Between 2003 and 2005, he was given credentials as a White House reporter. … Read More
2004 47 Years Old 1 More Event
He applied for a Congressional press pass in April 2004 but was denied one by the Standing Committee of Correspondents, a group of congressional reporters who oversee press credential distribution on Capitol Hill, on the grounds that Talon did not qualify as a legitimate independent news service. … Read More
Gannon first gained national attention during a presidential press conference on January 26, 2005, when he asked United States President George W. Bush a question that some in the press corps considered "so friendly it might have been planted" ("How are you going to work with Democratic leaders who seem to have divorced themselves from reality?"). … Read More

FIFTIES

2007 50 Years Old 1 More Event
He published a book titled The Great Media War in 2007.
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