WHCA Complains: Press Shut Out at White House

After being shut out of the President’s Cabinet meeting on Tuesday,  the White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) is appealing to the White House to give the press corps access to an event that’s been called one of the President’s most important foreign policy priorities for almost a year – the signing of the START Treaty.  In a letter to Press Sec. Robert Gibbs, the WHCA Board complained about their lack of access to the President throughout the crisis in Egypt and outlined their request to open today’s treaty signing to the White House pool.   Letter from Julia Whiston of the WHCA below: