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Alarmed by the acrimony between the Trump Administration and the press, including Trump’s remark that the press is the “enemy of the American people,” speakers at the Arthur W. Page Center dinner last night called for PR people to enter the fray. (1 reader comment)
FleishmanHillard has signed an affiliate partnership with Southeast Asia corporate advisory firm Vriens & Partners to generate new business opportunities and expanding both agencies’ capabilities and expertise globally.
Congressional leaders and the Trump Administration have made it clear that they hope to move quickly on efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The next months will see significant changes across the board to health policy. (1 reader comment)
Donald Trump’s regulatory agenda and longstanding promises to free Washington of special interests may present both opportunities and a few foreseeable challenges to lobbyists and the public affairs industry. (3 reader comments)
Rory Brosius, former deputy director of the White House’s Joining Forces Initiative and policy advisor to First Lady Michelle Obama, will serve as VP, managing veteran and military family-serving clients.
A vast majority of Americans believe the 2016 presidential election was uncivil, but a clear division exists along partisan lines regarding who Americans think are to blame.
The U.N. Security Council today condemned 14-0, with the U.S. abstaining, settlements by Israel in the occupied territories. Updated: Dec. 27 @ 11:45
Hill+Knowlton deepens its bench of political and public affairs counselors with the addition of Richard Keil, 20-year White House correspondent for The Associated Press and Bloomberg News.
Wash., D.C., PR firm Megaphone Strategies says it’s working with electors on both sides of the aisle who don’t plan on voting for Trump Dec. 19. (2 reader comments)
Today’s New York Post screams “Apple Jam” on page one and says New Yorkers are “driven nuts” by traffic but does not offer solutions such as a $500 fee and $1 per gallon gas tax for private cars.
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