Scott McClellan
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Scott McClellan

Scott McClellan is a former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, and author of a controversial No. 1 'New York Times' bestseller about the Bush Administration titled 'What Happened'. He replaced Ari Fleischer as press secretary in July 2003 and served until May 10, 2006. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Scott McClellan has 257 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2001 News Briefing as a Deputy Press Secretary for the White House. The year with the most videos was 2005 with 94 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2008 with an average of 1,066 views per program. Most appearances with Frances Fragos Townsend (3), George W. Bush (2), David E. Sanger (2). Most common tags: Iraq Occupation/Reconstruction (05/02/03-08/31/10), Terrorism, Foreign Policy.

Appearances by Title:c. February 22, 2001 - Present Deputy Press Secretary, White House Videos: 9

Previously

Press Secretary, White House c. July 15, 2003 - c. May 10, 2006 Videos: 248

Recent Appearances

  • Media Relations and the Obama Presidency

    Media Relations and the Obama Presidency

    A group of former White House press secretaries participated in a panel discussion on White House media relations and advice…

  • <em>What Happened</em>

    What Happened

    Scott McClellan talked about his time as press secretary in the President George W. Bush Administration. He focused on the…

  • CIA Leak Investigation

    CIA Leak Investigation

    Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan testified about reported efforts to cover up the role of the White House in leaking the identity of Valerie…

  • <em>What Happened</em>

    What Happened

    Appearing by remote access from New York City, Scott McClellan talked about his new book, What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and…

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