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Yet the actual news of the day occurred following the meeting, at the start of the official press conference.
But when the news leaked, he told a press conference that of course he would not presume to advise a foreign government.
Such success in attracting the attention of potential bidders seemed, to me, at odds with the need to run a press conference.
There is only one standard by which a mid-scandal press conference succeeds or fails.
We held a press conference in the waiting room and left the building.
Enough to call a press conference, if this were particle physics.
They were contorting themselves and even lying on the floor to get the shot when he would hold a press conference.
It waited more than a day before holding its first press conference on the accident.
Maybe he should hold a press conference on a boat somewhere.
Later, in a press conference, this impression was reinforced.
Pre-fight interviews, press conference, weigh-ins.
The phony wildfires press conference wasn't entirely unprecedented.
There are times when a press conference or media event is the best way to deliver important information about your program.
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