National Affairs: New White House Spokesman

While the President muffed the chance to make use of the immense public interest and potential public thrill of his meeting with Winston Churchill, the Prime Minister not only made capital of it, but told the U.S. people some things they wanted to know about the President's plans and purposes—things which their own President neither had the urge nor the willingness to tell them.

Churchill told the purpose of the conference: "We had the idea when we met there, the President and I, that without attempting to draw final and formal peace aims, or war aims, it was necessary to give...

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