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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Mickey Osterreicher
But that said, he is photographed all the time," said Mickey Osterreicher, the general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, and who has four decades of experience as a photojournalist.
"Why he decided to go or not, or say what he said, I'm not sure. But as far as I'm concerned, and as far as news photographers are concerned, when the president is out in public doing business of the government, he should be able to be photographed by the press," he said.