The Weekly Standard reported on Anaya's remarks, then added an update that read "Carney denies," based on this Twitter exchange:
So WH reporters give @PressSec questions in advance? I used to admire so many of those folks. Democracy unravels: https://t.co/Tk1UqVnXgK
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) March 20, 2014
.@RalstonReports Briefings would be a lot easier if this were true! Rest assured, it is not.Ah, but that's just what he would say, isn't it?
— Jay Carney (EOP) (@PressSec) March 20, 2014
TWS also reported on some more of the color that Anaya provided, alleging that "Reporters Held to 4 Minutes With President By Countdown Clock, Looming Aide, and Standing Up."
Let's start with the second one first, because it's the easiest. Anaya dd, indeed, explain the measures that the President's staffers take to try and keep him and the reporters on task and within time constraints, but also explained that she wasn't "held to 4 minutes" at all. In fact, her interview with the President ran over by 75%: