Published: Mon, May 15, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Spicer on the Way Out, Sanders In?

Spicer on the Way Out, Sanders In?

"The president should immediately provide any such recordings to Congress or admit, once again, to have made a deliberately misleading - and in this case threatening - statement", Schiff added.

There's apparently no such thing as a conflict of interest in the Trump White House.

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After Comey was sacked, the White House scrambled to get an official statement out. If this happens, Spicer would join the long list of White House officials he fired since assuming office in January.

Trump is "frustrated, and angry at everyone", one source told Axios, and said that the president is also upset with Cabinet officials, like commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, attorney general Jeff Sessions, and health and human services secretary Tom Price.

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"I find it very troubling and troubled", Wallace said.

The resulting media chaos reportedly threw the White House into turmoil, as aides and surrogates worked to craft a message around the president's evolving statements to the media.

"A new press secretary was born today", a white house correspondent remarked loudly walking out of the briefing room. "What he needs are more folks with more defined roles. you're going to have issues that keep coming up like Russian Federation, like health care, like North Korea and he needs some specialty communicators who can tackle the issues of the day alongside his press secretary". And the president watched it unfold firsthand. "Spicer huddled with his staff among bushes near television sets on the White House grounds, not 'in the bushes, ' as the story originally stated".

Spicer said the Washington Post grossly "misstated the situation around our attempt to brief the press", according to Politico. "Turn the lights off".

He took questions for about ten minutes. At one point in the briefing, she offered another personal revelation after a reporter mistakenly referred to her daughter as "Charlotte". To others, he said he would have to get back to them once he had the full details.

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