By Garth Kant
WASHINGTON – It’s all about the shoes.
At least, that’s what it looks like, from the front row of the White House press briefing room.
Those shoes could pay for a year’s salary.
That’s the improbable but still inescapable thought, while staring at the line of incredibly well-heeled footwear adorning the network reporters in the front row.
It’s so clearly the shoes that separate the haves from the have-nots.
The rich and famous from the ink-stained wretches. The famous television reporters from the grubby school of small fries packed into the world’s most televised sardine tin. Those wearing makeup from those just trying to make deadlines.
But it’s not the shoes that provide the most fascinating view while standing against the wall, adjacent to the front row.
It’s the faces.
When WND began covering White House press briefings on a regular basis after the election of President Trump, the daunting logistics of the overcrowded and antiquated indoor swimming pool turned indoor press pool immediately became self-evident.
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