White House Correspondents Slam Trum for Pulling Back Briefings

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"But what we lose is someone standing before the media. the surrogates for the American public. and being asked questions about government policies, the White House and its staff, and whatever else the President is up to", McCurry wrote.

Other major stories in the 31-day span with no briefings have included the departure of the White House chief of staff, the resignation of the defense secretary, the sudden announcement of the withdrawal of USA troops from Syria and other major headlines in the Russian Federation investigation. "As the president said yesterday, he doesn't like the decorum in the White House", Sanders replied.

"The reason Sarah Sanders does not go to the "podium" much anymore is that the press covers her so rudely & inaccurately, in particular certain members of the press. We need to hear more from the president'". "Most will never cover us fairly & hence, the term, Fake News!"

In the wide-ranging interview, she also took aim at the media's coverage of the BuzzFeed report on the claims that Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen was advised by the president to lie to Congress. "'New footage shows that media was wrong about teen's encounter with Native American'".

You know, I'm getting sick and exhausted of this buffoon sitting in the Oval Office, you know, the most respected room essentially, and this entire country, and it's inhabited by this ape man who sits on twitter all day watching Fox News telling us lies, and now he's lying again about Sarah Huckabee, sanders and the media.

But the head of the White House Correspondents' Association said the lack of "transparency and accountability" by the White House sets a bad precedent.

President Trump watched on television, increasingly angry, as House Speaker Paul D. Ryan criticized his handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. Olivier Knox, president of the WHCA, noted that Sanders takes questions from all reporters in the White House driveway after her live segments on Fox News.

"Certainly, not listen to the freshman congresswoman on when the world may end", Sarah said. A study by Towson State University said that in his first two years in office, Trump was second only to President Bill Clinton in the amount of interviews, news conferences and informal question-and-answer sessions, for a time period dating back to President Ronald Reagan's administration. "I think we deserve that", he said.

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