His battle with colon cancer has finally come to an end.
Joe Gandelman, a former newsman, weighs in on Snow’s legacy…
Snow was a public figure who truly seemed to have fun at his job and did it well. He was the quintessential broadcasting pro who put a professional TV face on the White House point of view. Not all people who leave the job as press secretary do so with their integrity intact â€” particularly not those whoâ€™ve left administrations suffering Grand Canyon-like credibility gaps. But if Snow didnâ€™t leave with his reputation as pure as snow, he left it unbattered unbruised and unbowed.
He was 53.
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