Broad context is necessary for assessing the performance of the Iraqi government with respect to the 18 benchmarksBush: Iraqis show gains on benchmarks Sep 14, 2007
While key national legislation has not yet passed, the objectives of such laws are in some ways already being achievedBush: Iraqis show gains on benchmarks Sep 14, 2007
I'm sorry I have to leave it, but I have got to say it has been a real honor and a pleasure working with everybody in this roomIraq dominates Snow's last briefing Sep 12, 2007
I think what you have seen ... (is) a series of trend lines that have been promisinViews differ about Petraeus' assessment Sep 11, 2007
If you take a look at what Congress has mandated for this report, it says, have you met these? Have you met them in full? Well, the answer is -- you're going to find in a lot of cases of course they haven't met themSnow: Benchmark not the only Iraq standard Aug 30, 2007
Snow during a White House briefing in 2006.
Robert Anthony "Tony" Snow (June 1, 1955–July 12, 2008) was an American political commentator, television news anchor, syndicated columnist, radio host, and the third White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush. Snow also worked for President George H. W. Bush as chief speechwriter and Deputy Assistant of Media Affairs. Snow served as White House Press Secretary from May 2006 until his resignation effective September 2007.
Between his two White House stints, Snow was a broadcaster and newspaper columnist. After years of regular guest-hosting for The Rush Limbaugh Show and providing news commentary for National Public Radio, he launched his own talk radio program, The Tony Snow Show, which went on to become nationally syndicated. He was also a regular personality on Fox News Channel since 1996, hosting Fox News Sunday and Weekend Live, and often substituting as host of The O'Reilly Factor. In April 2008, Snow briefly joined CNN as a commentator.