As former White House press secretary, Ari Fleischer was the primary spokesperson for President Bush and delivered the daily White House briefings from 2001 to 2003. He previously served as the senior communications advisor and spokesman for the Bush-Cheney presidential campaign. In his almost four years working for George W. Bush, he served as spokesman during the historic presidential recount, September 11, two wars and the anthrax attack. His best selling book, Taking Heat, details his years in the White House and reached #7 on the New York Times best-seller list.
Fleischer spent 21 years in Washington, where he was the press secretary to two Congressmen, one Senator (Pete Domenici, R-NM) and Communications Director for the House Ways and Means Committee under Chairman Bill Archer (R-TX).
He is now a FOX News contributor and he runs a public relations firm that does media training along with helping sports organizations and corporations to handle the press.