Then and now: How the White House press briefing room has changed

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Since 1970, the White House pressroom has served as a meeting spot for administration officials and reporters, along with nine presidents.

The room was constructed over a swimming pool built for President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933.

The room has been renovated over the years, including new carpet and high-tech improvements.

While every president has a different approach to the press, from the beginning, President Donald Trump hinted at major changes.