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White House
Department of
Press Appreciation
Director, Karen Hughes
Every now and then the White House press corps goes above and beyond the call of duty and refrains from reporting a story that would be absolutely devastating to President Bush's image. We've created the Dept. of Press Appreciation to thank the press on those occasions.
Each time the White House press corps earns 100 treats, Karen flies back to DC to take them all out to Sushi-Ko.
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-- May 28 2002 --

This story was covered by the prestigious German magazine Der Spiegel, but not in the American Press.
Click here to read a translation of the article.

   A little while ago Bush met with Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. Not far into their first conversation ever, Bush asked the 71 year old statesman:
"Do you have blacks too?"
  Condoleezza Rice jumped in to save President Cardoso from the embarrassment of having to answer such a stupid question, informing President Bush that Brazil was home to more blacks than any country in the world outside Africa.
   Though the White House press corps observed the exchange, they exhibited exemplary self-censorship by completely ignoring the incident. The story has only appeared in the prestigious German news magazine Der Spiegel, but not in any U.S. publications.
   If this story had appeared in the U.S. press it would have exposed the President's 2nd grade level of general knowledge of the world. For this we want to say, "Thank you American journalists!"
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