This coming week, President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to have his first press conference since July. Trump has continuously moved away from the traditional relationship with media, preferring to tweet his announcements and unfiltered comments to his millions of followers. His avoidance of the media has left some critics predicting a rocky relationship with the press once he enters office. But where did the modern relationship between the presidency and the press begin? Matter of Fact correspondent Liz Palka takes a dive into the history of the Presidential press conference and presidential efforts to either use or by-pass the media who cover the White House.

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