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MSM’s Continual Quest For A Spicy Slip Up

It’s as if the mainstream media has yet to learn that Sean Spicer is the Seth Grayson of the Trump administration. And when I say that, I mean that Secretary Spicer doesn’t have a clear in-depth answer to every single question that we, the media, ask. He only knows what the administration wants him to know. But, as I have come to learn, the media makes it their life mission to have him slip up and tell us something he doesn’t even know. Now what sense does that make? “We have tremendous respect for the first amendment… we’re gonna work with you. I think the briefing is one aspect of what we do,” Sec. Spicer responded to a question in regards to the lack thereof press briefings over the last few weeks. “While you guys [the media] will always advocate for greater transparency and access… we’ve done a great job… making ourselves available as a staff when it comes down to it.” Yesterday’s press briefing was the first on-camera briefing since… Keep Reading

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Spicer And Pruitt Put On The Defense Over Paris Climate Accord

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt were put on the defense at Friday’s press briefing over President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. However, the two representatives of the current administration solely expressed further support and clarification on the President’s decision. Secretary Pruitt expressed his appreciation towards President Trump’s fortitude and leadership in the matter, and stated that his decision was “very courageous.” He indicated that U.S. withdrawal did not mean disengagement on the world platform. Additionally, he emphasized that the United States had already made significant progress in reducing CO2 emissions long before the Paris Agreement and without government mandate, because of the country’s innovation and technology. He welcomed other nations to take a look at what the United States has been doing to make such improvements. Keep Reading

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White House Press Corps Refuses To Report “Real News”

Today, during the White House Press Briefing, Sean Spicer started his portion of the press briefing highlighting the new trade agreement with China. This trade agreement is a major first step by Donald Trump in reducing the current trade imbalance between the two countries. Reducing the trade imbalance with China will have a positive economic impact on the lives of everyday Americans. The China trade deal allows American beef to be imported into China for the first time in 13 years. It also allows for the importation of Liquid Natural Gas. The financial sector will also benefit as American banks can now compete for China’s credit card processing business. While these three industries will benefit, Americans will also benefit. Keep Reading

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Trump Refuses To Re-litigate Flynn’s Firing

Today, Sean Spicer fielded multiple questions from a hostile media about whether Sally Yates‘ concerns about Michael Flynn were handled properly. Spicer made clear that Flynn served this country with distinction and that the White House had no desire to re-litigate what Flynn may or may not have done. Trump asked for Flynn’s resignation and he received it. Trump cannot go back and ask Flynn for his resignation a second time. Spicer painstakingly went through the timeline between Yates voicing her concerns and Flynn being asked to resign. Yates claims that she was clear about her warning, however, the White House disputes that point. White House counsel, Don McGahn, required Yates to come back a second time to fully brief him on on Yates concerns. Trump was notified immediately of Yates’ concerns about Flynn. Keep Reading

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