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Dee Dee Myers (born Margaret Jane Myers on September 1, 1961 in Quonset Point, Rhode Island) served as White House Press Secretary for the first two years of the Clinton administration, from January 20, 1993 to December 22, 1994.

Myers holds the distinction of being the first woman to serve as White House Press Secretary, as well as being the second-youngest press secretary.

After leaving the White House, Myers was a frequent political commentator on cable and television networks and an original consultant to the prizewinning NBC series "The West Wing." She is currently a Contributing Editor to Vanity Fair; an analyst for CBS News; popular lecturer on politics, the media and women's issues; and author of the New York Times best selling book Why Women Should Rule the World.

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