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Here are the reporters who were called on at Biden's first presser

Press Joe BidenJoe BidenFauci says school should be open 'full blast' five days a week in the fall Overnight Defense: Military sexual assault reform bill has votes to pass in Senate l First active duty service member arrested over Jan. 6 riot l Israeli troops attack Gaza Strip Immigration experts say GOP senators questioned DHS secretary with misleading chart MORE took 31 questions from reporters Thursday at his first White House press briefing, answering queries about China, immigration and his possible reelection bid.

Most of the major news networks got questions in, in addition to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. 

Notable news organizations that were not called on included Fox News and The New York Times. 

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Here's a list of the reporters who got questions in.

Zeke Miller, Associated Press (president of the White House Correspondents Association)

One question and one follow-up question. 

Yamiche Alcindor, PBS NewsHour.

One question and one follow-up question. 

Seung Min Kim, The Washington Post

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One question.

Cecilia Vega, ABC

One question, two follow-up questions.

Ken Thomas, The Wall Street Journal.

One question, one follow-up question.

Kristen Welker, NBC

One question, five follow-up questions.

Nancy Cordes, CBS

One question, three follow-up questions.

Kaitlan Collins, CNN 

One question, four follow-up questions.

Justin Sink, Bloomberg

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One question, two follow-up questions. 

Janet Rodriguez, Univision

One question, two follow-up questions.