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February 24, 2005 | 12:07 a.m. (EDT)

Q: Melissa from Beaverton, OR:
Who is your photographer and do they stay with you 24/7?

A: Eric Draper, White House Photo Director:
The President has a staff of photographers that cover both his official and private events. I am the Director and Photographer in Charge of the White House Photo Office. When I am not there, I will assign one of his three staff photographers to cover Presidential events including official First Lady events. There is also a fifth photographer assigned to the Vice President.

February 24, 2005 | 12:32 a.m.(EDT)

Q: Austin from Big Rapids, Michigan:
I'm an 18-year-old college student at Ferris State University, and a big fan of the Bush administration. As I'm sure everyone working for the Whitehouse knows, college can get pretty expensive, and on the subject of young people's personal expenses, I was wondering if you could translate the conditions of the new social-security program into my generations terms.


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