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Our most tragic error may have been our inability to establish a rapport and a confidence with the press and television
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"Our most tragic error may have been our inability to establish a rapport and a confidence with the press and television with the communication media. I don't think the press has understood me"

- Lyndon B. Johnson

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Lyndon B. Johnson's quote mirrors his regret at not having the ability to properly communicate with the press as well as tv media. He thinks that journalism has actually not recognized him, and that this lack of understanding has actually been a significant mistake. This might be because of an absence of rapport as well as trust fund in between Johnson as well as the media, which has avoided him from effectively communicating his message. Johnson's quote suggests that he understands the significance of communication with the media, and that he regrets not being able to develop a much better partnership with them. This could have been a major consider his failure to effectively connect his message to the general public. Johnson's quote is a suggestion of the importance of developing an excellent connection with the media, and also of the consequences of refraining so.

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Lyndon B. Johnson This quote is written / told by Lyndon B. Johnson between August 27, 1908 and January 22, 1973. He was a famous President from USA. The author also have 69 other quotes.

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