US President Bill Clinton applauds upon hearing remarks made by Helen Thomas, veteran UPI White House reporter, who celebrated her 75th birthday on an August 1995 day at the White House with other members of the White House Press Corps. Miss Thomas was born on August 20, 1920. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Pres. Jimmy Carter and United Press International (UPI) White House reporter Helen Thomas share laughs as Ms. Thomas was given a surprise birthday party by her colleagues at the White House Press Room on August 3, 1979. (UPI Photo/Larry Rubenstein/Files)
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Marlin Fitzwater toasts Helen Thomas 72nd birthday, at UPI’s offices in Washington on August 4, 1992. Miss Thomas is the White House reporter for United Press International (UPI). (UPI Photo/Ken Owen/Files)
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President Ronald Reagan is interviewed on January 23, 1985 in the Oval office of the White House in Washington by United Press International (UPI) White House reporter Helen Thomas. Reagan confirmed that the administration has proposed talks with the Soviets beginning in early March in Geneva, but Moscow has not yet replied. (UPI Photo/Larry Rubenstein/Files)
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White House Reporter for United Press International, Helen Thomas (R), poses with actor Danny Thomas and Terre Thomas on October 7, 1983 at a benefit which she co-hosted for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Washington. (UPI Photo/Tim Clary/Files)
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