The Trump administration ponders changes to the White House Press Room, and the New York Times are apoplectic.
Could they clutch their pearls any tighter:
NEW YORK TIMES […] Mr. Trump’s unconventional, sometimes hostile, relationship with the news media and his penchant for communicating through unfiltered Twitter posts threaten to upend a decades-old Washington tradition that relies almost entirely on protocol. The result, reporters and editors say, could be a loss of transparency that would hinder the press’s role as a conduit for information to the people.
But Mr. Trump’s advisers, and even some former White House press secretaries, say that some of the conventions of White House coverage are outdated and due for a face-lift. (more)
Oh my gosh,.. like really,.. O.M.G! Can you imagine the audacity of a President to communicate directly to “the people” without need for :::GASP::: the New York Times…