WH Press Corps Reality Check

There’s a rumor going around that the Trump White House wants to evict the White House press corps.

But incoming Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that’s wrong.  What they want to do is find a bigger work space so more members of the press can participate.

“The current briefing room only has 49 seats so we have looked at rooms within the White House to conduct briefings that have additional capacity to accommodate members of media including talk radio, bloggers and others.”

But no decisions have been made.

As for CNN’s bleating about being mistreated by Trump … pshaw!

Spicer noted that they received 600 requests for press credential to the Jan 11, 2017, Trump presser.

Just under 350 credentials were issued and CNN got EIGHT seats, all front and center!

Plus, at the time Acosta was loudly demanding Trump call on him, CNN had already been granted a question.  So all their bleating about Trump shutting out CNN is a load of crap.

And, it is clear from the video of the Trump-Acosta exchange that Acosta was rude, disrespectful, and egregiously inappropriate.  It’s really rich at the end when Mr. “Pot” Acosta complains that Trump calling CNN “fake news” was “inappropriate.”  ::snort::

Trump crushes destroys Jim Acosta CNN shut down! [:35]

Spicer’s interview on Tucker Carlson’s show is worth watching.  I love Carlson’s depiction of the “puffy, backlit” interviews Obama has done with his slobbering fans. Also fun is the Twitter Storm “social media weather” report at the end.

SEAN SPICER FULL EXPLOSIVE INTERVIEW WITH TUCKER CARLSON (1/11/2017) [9:40]

And while I’m on a “sneer at the MSM” roll, let me share the DUMBEST CARTOON of the MONTH.  If airplane pilots ignore reality, they and their passengers die.  But when leftist media shills ignore reality, they get promoted.  So yeah.  NOT the same thing at all.  ::eyesrollingsohardtheyhurt::

2017_01-dumbest-toon-of-the-month

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