2014-05-30T190530Z_2_LYNXMPEA4T0OF_RTROPTP_2_USA

Obama spokesman Jay Carney steps down after three years

White House press secretary Carney answers questions about health insurance during a briefing at the White House in WashingtonBy Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After more than three years of jousting with the White House press corps, President Barack Obama’s chief spokesman, Jay Carney, will step down next month to pursue yet-to-be-named opportunities, Obama announced on Friday. Carney’s deputy, Josh Earnest, will take his place, the president said. Obama interrupted Carney on the podium, where he was answering questions during the White House daily news briefing, catching reporters by surprise. It was Obama’s second turn on the podium on Friday.

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