Press secretary Jay Carney was asked this week if he thinks it’s worse to be in the White House press briefing room than the White, a question that’s prompted many to speculate that the White’s press briefing rooms have become the same as those of the House press corps.

“I think there’s no question that in a lot of ways, you’ve had to work with a smaller press corps,” Carney told CNN’s Dana Bash.

“That’s part of the job, but you’re also trying to keep your voice and your energy focused on what the president and his team and his staff are trying to do and not just get a story and make a big statement about some big issue that day.”

Carney’s comments come after the White has faced questions about the size of its press corps in recent weeks, and the press corps has repeatedly raised the question of the White not being able to handle the volume of press requests it receives.

“We’re not the same press corps as the House,” Carney said.

As the White continues to struggle with the size and scope of its media operation, a number of House members are questioning the White about the press pool’s role in maintaining their discipline and decorum in the halls of Congress. “

So, I don’t think you can be in that press room that’s going to have a lot more requests than the House is.”

As the White continues to struggle with the size and scope of its media operation, a number of House members are questioning the White about the press pool’s role in maintaining their discipline and decorum in the halls of Congress.

“When I came here in February, we were just in the middle of a very difficult period for our House,” Rep. Pete King (R-NY) told reporters in early March.

“It’s just like, the president is the head of the house, he’s the leader of the party,” Cummings said. “

“[But] when it comes to the press, I’m not going anywhere, because I don. “

It’s just like, the president is the head of the house, he’s the leader of the party,” Cummings said.

“[But] when it comes to the press, I’m not going anywhere, because I don.

You know, if you want to get into this, go to the House, because the House has a pretty good handle on what it’s supposed to do.”

Carney defended the White press corps’s work as “critical” in an interview with The New York Post’s editorial board on Thursday, saying, “We’ve been here a long time.

I think this is the second year that the President has done this.

I’m confident we’ll be here a lot longer.”