None from District of Columbia
Jay Carney, the White House press secretary, was formerly employed by TIME magazine and CNN, according to a TIME biographical post.
Recent statements involving Jay Carney
When Susan Rice spoke about Benghazi on Sunday news shows, she said "that al-Qaida might be involved, or other al-Qaida affiliates might be involved, or non-al-Qaida Libyan extremists, which I think demonstrates that there was no effort to play that down."
In the Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire, none of the candidates mentioned the "middle class" or "education."
Recent stories featuring Jay Carney
Mitt Romney went first, attacking President Barack Obama over a welfare proposal. Then the White House fired back. In both cases, the results on the Truth-O-Meter were in the red.
President Obama, stopping in Austin, naturally figures into many fact checks.
Claims by or about Rick Perry as he stumped for president gave the Truth-O-Meter a vigorous workout.
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Critics often say Texas Gov Rick Perry wanted his state to secede from the union. PolitiFact Texas has explored this--thrice now--and pinned what he really said.
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