Sean Spicer, the first individual to serve as President Donald Trump’s press secretary during a tumultuous four-year term, has applied to join the White House Correspondents’ Association (WCHA).
Donald Trump’s legal fights over the 2020 election have gone terribly. And with such a lack of success, the president would hope that his legal advisers are, at the least, on the same page.
That is not the case at all, however. Rudy Giuliani, a long-time friend of Trump, seems to have the president’s ear more than any of his other lawyers. But Sidney Powell, who was removed from the legal team weeks ago, was still invited to a weekend summit at the White House.
Sean Spicer is pitching a talk show, and journalists are refusing to have anything to do with his media bashing lies.
When asked on CNN’s Reliable Sources, if Spicer had tried to book him for his show, Jim Acosta said, “Yes, I did get a request for that. We politely turned that down. My sense of it is is that Sean has sort of crossed the line from, you know, being somebody who is a former press secretary to somebody who wants to resurrect his career and go on Fox News and bash CNN. If he’s going to do that, I don’t think we should give him time to do that. If he wants to have a civil exchange, I’m willing to do that, but my feeling up until this point is that he’s just not willing to do that. You know, until that happens, I’m not really willing to go into that kind of situation.”
"This was not a secret. Everybody was told to speak to me. ... Bannon told people to cooperate. Sean Spicer told people to cooperate. Kellyanne Conway told people to cooperate."
With the number of lies being told from the White House press lectern how will we the American people know when the truth is being told?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is focused on Trump's potential obstruction of justice as former Press Secretary Sean Spicer was grilled about the firing of former FBI Director James Comey.
Sean Spicer doesn't need Donald Trump to kick him around. He is perfectly capable of acting like an idiot on his own.
Former White House Press Secretary went into full panic mode after it was uncovered that he has detailed journals that would be of great interest to the Russia investigation about what was said in meetings at the Trump White House.
Former Trump White House spokesman Sean Spicer has a new speaking gig, and he's being promoted for offering the same "candor and wit" as he did in the White House briefing room.
"I suggest they put one in the press podium right there. The place would light up like a disco."
Lawyers are seeking the testimony of President Donald Trump and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer related to their potential collusion with Fox News on a fake story about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Trump showed that he won't take responsibility for anything ever, as he tried to blame the media for the fact that sent Sean Spicer in front of reporters and told him to lie every day.
White House officials are calling Trump's hiring of the unqualified Anthony Scaramucci to his new communications director a joke.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer drew the ire of some reporters on Monday for banning cameras from daily press briefings as part of what Spicer called an effort to vary the routine.
CNN's Jim Acosta confronted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at the press briefing and asked him why the cameras are off. Instead of giving an answer, Spicer ignored the question.
With a slim margin for error and Republicans already backing away, Trumpcare may be on its deathbed before a single vote is cast in the U.S. Senate.
Sean Spicer is blaming White House reporters for the Trump White House going dark on briefings, but ABC's Jonathan Karl made a list of 25 questions Sean Spicer has yet to answer.
The real problem, according to Spicer, is the reporters want to be YouTube stars.
On the day when it came out that President Trump is thinking of only holding one White House briefing a week, White House press secretary went on Laura Ingraham's radio show to blame the White House press pool for the Trump administration's cowardice.
When asked why the press briefings are held off camera, White House chief strategist Steve Bannon possibly sarcastically answered that more briefings are off camera because Press Secretary Sean Spicer got fatter.