The National Press Club The National Press Club Luncheon Speaker Series began in 1932 with a speech by President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Press Club hosts an average of 70 luncheons a year as an opportunity for world leaders, newsmakers and prominent figures in the realms of finance and culture.
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National Press Club: Dr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India

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Gov. Mark Warner on the Changing Role of the National Guard

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CEO Mitchell Says PBS Will Resist Political Pressure

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National Press Club: Attorney General Gonzales

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Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and James Roosevelt

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Veterans' Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson

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