according to Mr. Trump promised that he “will send the Feds” to assist the city.
“One way or another, Mexico will pay for it,” Spicer promised.
Following the president’s tweet late Tuesday about the violent crime in Chicago, Spicer took questions on the nature of the federal help he has offered to the city.
The press secretary said the second executive order will begin the process of stripping federal grant money for so-called sanctuary cities that protects undocumented immigrants from deportation.
12:50 p.m. White House press secretary Sean Spicer is about to take questions at a briefing, just as President Trump is calling for a “major investigation” into widespread voter fraud despite no evidence that millions voted illegally in the presidential election.
as mentioned in White House press secretary Sean Spicer has warned for weeks that he wouldn’t hesitate to ditch press customs and even talked about moving briefings out of the White House space where they’ve been held for decades.
There are also journalists in the briefing room from little-known entities who make up the “other” White House press corps.
Susan Walsh/AP Sean Spicer messed with the traditional briefing room order at his first press briefing.
Mason serves as president of the White House Correspondents Association.
But some reporters fear the move would lead to reporters no longer having any workspaces in the White House, along with traditional access to the communications team working in offices adjoining the briefing room.
as mentioned in Poor ThemSean Spicer, White House press spokesman, was ready to not only take on President Trump’s media critics—but also to play the victim.
“First of all, congratulations—and thanks for the taking the question,” began CNN’s senior White House correspondent.
To scattered laughter, he noted that Josh Earnest, President Obama’s just-departed spokesman, had been voted the most popular White House press secretary by the assembled press corps.
Basically, he indicated, the president and his staff had gotten their feelings hurt by the skeptical media coverage accorded to all the heroic accomplishments of the fledgling Trump White House.
As White House staffers listened appreciatively from their seats against a side wall—an all-female contingent that included Kellyanne Conway, Sarah Huckabee, Hope Hicks, and (sign of the times) Omarosa Manigault—Spicer opened with a quip.
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