Jay Carney steps down as White House press secretary

WASHINGTON — President Obama said Friday that White House press secretary Jay Carney will be stepping down from his job and be replaced by deputy Josh Earnest. "It's been an amazing experience," Carney said after Obama's announcement. "Just so 

White House press secretary Jay Carney is resigning his post after more than three years as President Barack Obama's chief spokesman. Obama personally announced the change Friday afternoon with a surprise interruption of Carney's daily news briefing, 

White House press secretary Jay Carney is stepping down from the podium. President Barack Obama announced Friday that Carney is leaving as his top spokesman. He will be replaced by deputy press secretary Josh 

On Thursday, the day before a double resignation at the White House, ABC's Jon Karl grilled Jay Carney over Barack Obama's confidence in Eric Shinseki. Less than 24 hours later, the press secretary and Veterans 

WASHINGTON—White House press secretary Jay Carney is leaving his post and will be succeeded by his deputy, Josh Earnest, President Barack Obama said Friday. Mr. Carney informed the president in April that he planned to leave after three years as the