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Jay Carney And The Department Of Self-Doubt

Former Time Magazine reporter Jay Carney will take over for outgoing White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs at the podium, the White House said late Thursday.

But while Carney has gotten good reviews for his tenure as Vice President Joe Biden's communications director, there's one person who may not believe he's doing a good job: Carney himself.

Here's Carney appearing alongside former White House Press Secretary Joe Lockhart, on March 6, 2006, when he says Lockhart's job is "a tricky job that I wouldn't be any good at:"

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