Ron Nessen has seen the relationship between president and press from both sides of the podium--in fact, one of his books was "It Sure Looks Different from the Inside." As an NBC News correspondent, Ron covered President Richard Nixon's Vice President Spiro Agnew--who denounced the news media as "nattering nabobs of negativism." He then moved on to cover Gerald Ford when he replaced Agnew, and became White House correspondent when Ford succeeded Nixon. Ford later asked Ron to become his press secretary to deal with controversies from the Nixon pardon to an economy in recession. Ron also had five tours of duty for NBC News covering the war in Vietnam. He discusses these varied experiences and applies them to today's White House doings, in an interview with longtime broadcast journalist and National Press Club colleague Irv Chapman.