The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (548) Bob Bowen – My Experiences In The White House

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In today’s show originally broadcast on January 25 2018, EuroFolkRadio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Bob Bowen, for a show entitled, “My Experiences In The White House.”

We discussed: how Bob was employed for 9 years and two months in the White House; how Bob couldn’t believe there were no computers in the White House when he arrived there in 1970; Bob’s work in the President’s Communication Center; Senator Russell’s funeral in 1971 which was Bob’s first assignment on location; how new Presidents’ contact previous Presidents’ for advice; the origin of Henry Kissinger’s surname; Bob’s meeting with President Ford; the humanity of President Carter; how Fidel Castro is rumored to be Justin Trudeau’s father; and many other topics.

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Click Here For My Previous Show With Bob Entitled, “Why Your Government Needs To Break Up Your Family!”

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