(CNN Business) A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. Coming soon: A restoration of normal relations between the president and the press corps? Well, President-elect Joe Biden is not going to call the media the “enemy of the people,” that’s for sure. Biden went to church and spent time with his family on Sunday — a purposefully low-key day after Saturday morning’s projections by the networks and Saturday night’s victory event in Wilmington. Several of his aides fanned out on the Sunday shows to say, as deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield said on “Meet the Press,” that “the work starts right away.” On “State of the Union,” senior adviser Symone Sanders said no one from the White House has called about a concession phone call yet, but “a number of Republicans from the Hill have reached out” to the president-elect. She also emphasized that Biden’s team is moving forward. On “Reliable Sources,” I interviewed the campaign’s national press secretary TJ Ducklo, and I was struck by his statements about the role of the fourth estate. He said things like “the media has an incredibly important job to… Read full this story
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