REPORTER: Miss Dunn, I’m America’s Morning News. I wanted to ask you: What role did the White House play in having Sandra Fluke appear before Congress?
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ANITA DUNN: Good morning, how are you?
REPORTER: I’m doing great, how are you?
DUNN: Good. You know, I’m not actually sure I [unclear] talk to America’s Morning News. You can call my office, if you’d like to get an interview, but right now I have to go into CNN.
REPORTER: How offended are you, as a woman, that Bill Maher referred to Sarah Palin as the c-word.
DUNN: You may call my office to schedule an interview, which is what legitimate news organizations generally do.
REPORTER: Did you urge the president to call the governor after Bill Maher called Gov. Palin the c-word?
DUNN: You can call my office for an interview, which what legitimate news organizations do. I understand your news organization doesn’t behave that way, but I will tell you right now that I think you should call my office and we’ll be happy to discuss whether or not we would like to schedule an interview with you. But this is not the way things get done with legitimate news organizations as opposed to partisan political operations—
REPORTER: I’m not a political operation, I’m just doing this for radio.
DUNN: Well, I have to be honest with you. You may call my office for interview, I’d be happy—I see you have a whole list of questions—
REPORTER: Yeah, just a bunch of questions.
DUNN: But I’m supposed to be at CNN right now, and I didn’t have anything scheduled with you—
REPORTER: Did you urge the president to call Laura Ingraham after MSNBC’s Ed Schultz called her a right-wing slut?
DUNN: Listen, you can call my office for an interview, but I’m not going to talk to you.
REPORTER: Thank you for your time, ma’am. Have a good day.