Members of the international press community are complaining about restricted access to President Barack Obama during this week's nuclear summit.
Journalists were frustrated at only getting around 30 seconds for photo opportunities during meetings between Obama and their particular country's leader.
Rich Noyes, director of the conservative Media Research Center, told CBN News restricting access is nothing new for the president.
"This president has done more things to try and restrict and coerce the press to do things his way than I think the last several presidents," Noyes said. "There has been very little public outcry, although behind the scenes reporters having to chafe a little bit."
Some members of the White House press corps are also frustrated, saying these were the most restricted meetings they had ever seen.