Fleischer Reflects on Job as White House Press Secretary White House spokesman Ari Fleischer will brief reporters for the 300th and final time on Monday. Fleischer, who became nationally recognized when his daily press briefings were carried live on cable TV after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, as well as during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, is resigning after two and a half years to enter the private sector. NPR's Juan Williams talks with Fleischer.
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Fleischer Reflects on Job as White House Press Secretary

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Fleischer Reflects on Job as White House Press Secretary

Fleischer Reflects on Job as White House Press Secretary

Fleischer Reflects on Job as White House Press Secretary

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White House spokesman Ari Fleischer will brief reporters for the 300th and final time on Monday. Fleischer, who became nationally recognized when his daily press briefings were carried live on cable TV after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, as well as during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, is resigning after two and a half years to enter the private sector. NPR's Juan Williams talks with Fleischer.