Thirteen former aides to past presidential administrations ― including seven White House press secretaries ― penned an open letter for on Friday calling out the lack of press briefings by President  administration.

comes as media watchdogs noted that have passed since the public was offered an official White House press briefing from the official White House press secretary ― the post now filled by .

Along with the press secretaries who served under Presidents , and  the letter’s other signees handled communications and public affairs for the State Department and the Pentagon.

“All of us have experienced the challenges of a regular press briefing whether at the White House, the State Department or the Pentagon,” the letter

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