- Ed. Note: A very moving photo-journalist’s documentation as the photographer for Presidents Reagan and Obama.
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“Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here’s why Trump’s White House is a national disgrace.”
“Our president lies to us every day about little things (crowd size) and big things (Covid-19). He disses allies and calls the press the enemy of the people. That is wrong.”
From NBC News: Pete Souza was the chief official White House photographer for President Barack Obama and the director of the White House Photo Office. A veteran photojournalist, Souza was previously the official White House photographer for President Ronald Reagan. Souza is the bestselling author of several books including “Obama: An Intimate Portrait” and “Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents.” His photos are the basis for the new Focus Features and MSNBC Films documentary, “The Way I See It.”
By Pete Souza, former chief official White House photographer:
“I’ve only exchanged four words directly with Donald Trump.
“Our first and only meeting happened two days after the 2016 election, when President Barack Obama met with the president-elect at the White House. The majority of the country was still in disbelief that Trump had been elected, despite being outvoted by close to 3 million votes. Many Americans were angry. Obama felt the need to ease tensions in the country, thus his gesture of inviting Trump to the White House so soon after the election.” Read more
Click here to buy Souza’s book, “Obama: An Intimate Portrait”