A national White House correspondent for the Washington Post, political contributor to Fox News, Emmy-award winning author and senior news analyst for NPR News, Juan Williams has seen a lot, and covered a lot, in a journalism career spanning three decades.
Williams is in Vermont today delivering a keynote speech to the Vermont Business Roundtable, and will do so with a Washington insider’s perspective.
We’re getting that perspective as well this morning. VPR’s Mitch Wertlieb asked Williams for his take on the first few months of Barack Obama’s presidency. Williams says this president has been dealing with an agenda, and set of challenges, unlike anything he’s seen in 30 years of reporting and analyzing the news of the nation.
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