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Opinion | Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here’s why I won’t be silent about Trump. - @NBCNewsTHINK 

The day same-sex marriage became legal in the U.S. is a high point in #TheWayISeeIt , a new documentary about former chief official White House photographer Pete Souza's time with Obama.

Pete Souza reflects on his time working as the official White House photographer for both President Reagan and President Obama

Strong endorse: Documentary “The Way i See It” about former White House Chief PhotographerPete Souza, who worked for both Reagan and Obama. fascinating look at the way presidents are supposed to behave

Pete Souza had unprecedented access as the president's photographer and he's sharing what he learned and observed during his time in the White House in @WayISeeItFilm 

See Obama and Reagan through the eyes of White House photographer Pete Souza

See Obama and Reagan through the eyes of White House photographer Pete Souza

Pete Souza breaks down what working for Reagan and Obama taught him about Trump’s “disastrous” presidency.

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Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here's why Trump's White House is a national disgrace.

Asked why Americans should be outraged about all of the obfuscation by the White House over the reality of Trump’s illness, Pete Souza replies, “I’d pose that question to any of the 215,000 families that have lost a loved one from COVID” #TheWayISeeIt 

"Every emotion that Barack Obama went through as president, I was in the room for," Pete Souza says. See more tonight with the TV premiere of #TheWayISeeIt , a new documentary from @FocusFeatures  and MSNBC Films. Watch commercial-free at 10 pm ET on @MSNBC 

"We need authentic moments for history," Pete Souza tells @JoyAnnReid , discussing #TheWayISeeIt  @FocusFeatures  and MSNBC Films present #TheWayISeeIt . Watch the television premiere commercial-free tonight at 10 p.m. ET on @MSNBC .

Pete Souza: I photographed Obama and Reagan. Here's why Trump's White House is a national disgrace.

Former White House photographer Pete Souza served under Democratic and Republican administrations — and now he’s sounding alarms about Pres. Trump

President Barack Obama greets HHDL at the entrance of the Map Room of the White House on June 15th. Photo/Pete Souza

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"I don't want people to forget the first 500 days of the Trump administration, which is what this represents ... I'm also trying to correct some of his lies and falsehoods with photographic proof," says former presidential photographer Pete Souza about his new book, "Shade"

Pete Souza took his last shot as chief White House photographer of taking one last look at the White House

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