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Can the White House Revoke a Reporter’s Credentials? – By Joshua E. Keating | Foreign Policy

Another unusual fixture is Indian journalist Raghubir Goyal, who reports on the White House for the India Globe, a publication whose website contains no content. Goyal is known for asking lengthy questions
about India policy, particularly on Kashmir, no matter what else is going
on in the world. He became known as “Goyal the Foil” during the Bush
administration because of Press Secretary Scott McClellan’s habit of calling on him when facing tough questions from other reporters. Goyal recently raised some eyebrows by asking Gibbs about the Obama administration’s stance on yoga.

On the Media looked into an exchange between Ari Fleischer Goyal the Foil a few years ago.

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