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Sean Spicer says he doesn’t face reporters on TV because it would distract from Trump

Howard Kurtz needed to know what was happening with Sean Spicer and the cameras.

Or more like the shortage of cameras.


Numerous individuals have been speaking about that. President Donald Trump’s press secretary went more than every week with out dealing with the press on TV, The Washington Submit famous. The White Home appears to be making a habit of proscribing cameras and audio at briefings, the New York Occasions wrote.

‘‘They’re principally pointless at this point,’’ a CNN correspondent stated just lately after a no-TV, no-audio dialog with Spicer.

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Kurtz, who works for Fox Information, needed to ask the man himself. And he did so on Sunday. On digital camera even — in an unique interview outdoors the White Home.

‘‘You’ve been criticized for, you already know, for holding fewer briefings, and for shifting some of them off digital camera,’’ Kurtz informed Spicer. ‘‘Is the president so annoyed by the spectacle of these tv briefings that he’s making an attempt to shrink the number?’’

‘‘We haven’t held fewer briefings,’’ Spicer stated. ‘‘We’ve held a briefing virtually every single day.’’


‘‘The number has gone down since March,’’ Kurtz stated.

‘‘No, it hasn’t.’’

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