Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 8th, 2017 (Live Stream)…

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds the press briefing for Wednesday March 8th 2017.  Live Stream LinkAlternate Live Stream #1Alternate Live Stream #2

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114 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 8th, 2017 (Live Stream)…

  1. georgiafl says:

    “Restore respect for the taxpayer dollar….”

    Music to my ears!!!

    Liked by 25 people

  2. georgiafl says:

    The newsies are a lot more respectful now in the press room during the conferences.

    It took a pitt bull to straighten them out.

    Or maybe it was the super soaker water gun or hitting them over the head with the podium.

    Liked by 23 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      It’s a difference of night to day, isn’t it?


      And, of course, helps the public actually understand what’s going on, which is *supposed* to be their job.

      Also,now you can tell which reporters are terminally stupid, because they are the only ones still asking worthless, throw-away questions.

      Liked by 13 people

      • soozword says:

        So why not take the dummies off the invitation list or at least ask for replacements from the same network?

        Liked by 5 people

      • georgiafl says:

        Mr. Trump let the media know he wasn’t going to cow-tow to them @ the first debate when he took Me-gyn apart afterwards.

        Mr. Trump now has 99.1 Million followers on 11 media sites…and that number will reach 100 million in approx. a week.

        Liked by 21 people

    • Mikayla825 says:

      My cousin had a dog that looked exactly like this one. I often “dog sat” him and never ever had an issue with the idiots in the neighborhood when I “took him” for a walk (he had a few pounds on me, so guess who walked whom)

      Liked by 6 people

  3. bertdilbert says:

    Too funny. Spicer is asked if any women stayed home in WH for international woman’s day. The room is full of what looks like a majority of female reporters who did not stay home.

    Liked by 33 people

    • georgiafl says:


      Liked by 10 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Must be a sad life for women that think disappearing from their lives for a day is the only way to get attention and feel valued.

      We women in my family, from the youngest to the oldest all went abt the day as we always do, knowing we matter every single day to the people that matter the most to us.

      Liked by 7 people

    • The woman in my office are giving each other “p…y possession” awards… oops I mean company sponsored cards that say “You’re Awesome!” Really. Grown women.

      Liked by 1 person

    • bolshevict says:

      Was this “skip work if you’re a girl” day done in conjunction with the “What would life be like without illegal beaners” day they had a week or two ago?

      If they REALLY wanted to be on the cutting edge of societal change, maybe next year they’ll try an “International Women’s take your man to dinner and a movie” day. That means PAYING for it. Talk about empowerment!

      Liked by 3 people

      • mimbler says:

        And they are just idiots. The life without immigrants protest was meant to highlight that we don’t realize who in our lives are immigrants.

        That was dumb enough, but to continue on that vein as if we don’t know who we encounter and work with are women just shows they didn’t even get the point of the first pointless protest,

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  4. daughnworks247 says:

    Woohooo!! Time for Spiceman at lunchtime.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. georgiafl says:

    Sean Spicer is tearing up Black Caucus April over Obamacare vs the new health bill!

    “There is no comparison…on how it is being prepared and passed.”


    Liked by 16 people

  6. Katherine McCoun says:

    Although the room is filled with both men and women the ethnicity diversity is very limited. Would love to see that pointed out to them. As usual, libs are very hypocritical

    Liked by 9 people

  7. andyocoregon says:

    What good is Obamacare health insurance when the deductibles are so high? For example:

    “Our deductible is so high, we practically pay for all of our medical expenses out of pocket,” said Wendy Kaplan, 50, of Evanston, Ill. “So our policy is really there for emergencies only, and basic wellness appointments.”

    Her family of four pays premiums of $1,200 a month for coverage with an annual deductible of $12,700.

    Liked by 9 people

    • R-C says:

      “All But Useless”…

      Brought to you by the snakes and schemers in the democrat party, and their willing accomplices…Gruber, etc.

      “ALL BUT USELESS”. Your Congress, at work.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Sharon says:

      ……and many of them were part of the group that refused to understand at the beginning that having health coverage (insurance) is not the same thing as having access to health care.

      Refusal to understand the obvious is not sparing them the consequences. Cry me a river.

      Liked by 5 people

    • entagor says:

      Since half of all Americans do not have enough cash to write a $500 check, a $12,700 deductible is really a $400 deductible with the balance, $12,300 added to the yearly cost. $12,300 per year is $1025 additional cost per month, So the effective premium would be $1200 plus $1025 = $2225 per month

      $1200/mo, $12,700 deductible policy hits half of all Americans like a
      $2225/mo, $400 deductible policy

      If the family above was allowed to purchase a high deductible catastrophic policy for $400/mo with $12,700 Deductible, they could put the remaining $625/month currently going into premiums for a policy they cannot use, into a tax exempt HSA.

      If they are in a 20% tax bracket, they would get a monthly tax break of $125. That tax break combined with the HSA is $625 plus $125 = $750/month. In one year the family has $750 x 12 = $9000 per year to pay towards their $12,700 deductible

      If the family has a good year, when they don’t have $9000 in medical costs, the part they didn’t spend out of their HSA would accrue. That happened to me. Best policy I ever had

      If the family has a bad year, they would have to fork out $12,700 – 9,000 = $3,700

      Beats the $12,700 they would have to fork up with their original Obamacare policy. I found hospitals make payment plans. I would support tax breaks, credits or government underwritten loans on the difference

      Liked by 5 people

      • Dmi60 ex says:

        And with the HSA you will watch what you spend and make intelligent financial decisions

        Liked by 1 person

      • aqua says:

        This is a great example. It would be helpful if Spicer shared this, but those news reporters would just be so lost.

        I caught most of Spicer’s press conference today and thoroughly enjoyed his command of the room. And the message.

        It seems like the more idiotic questions are at the end. Wish I knew which reporters fell toward the end of the Q & A.


        • bertdilbert says:

          Why is the medical industry entitled to tax free income? I want my customers to have untaxed money they can spend with me!


    • NYGuy54 says:

      yeah that has happened to my cousins in Nevada.They are only buying the coverage because they are forced to but everything comes out of their pockets because of the ridiculously high deductibles.


  8. How are the “press” lib dems getting the marching orders, talking points every day ? They pounded Russia Russia Russia every day for weeks, now they a new set of Alinsky points…. How do you think they get them? Blast email or texts ????

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  9. But, even for the mildly intelligent the whole thing is so easy to spot. OY

    Liked by 1 person

  10. dakkie says:

    There IS A REAL RUSSIAN SCANDAL, And President Trump Is Calling For An Investigation!

    Liked by 1 person

    • R-C says:

      Keep in mind that one of the main tactics of the Left has been to relentlessly smear the Right with imaginary accusations of having done what the Left has actually done.


      If the Left has done it, they inoculate themselves in the ‘court of public opinion’ by accusing the Right of their own conduct. All too often, the gullible public laps it up like fresh milk.

      Liked by 3 people

  11. sundance says:

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Hey Sundance … thanks for your national coverage of career politicians and the excellent analysis of current events with your knowledge of their corruption and under-handed methods. That said …

      You speak of and make it a ‘theme’ within your articles of “trillions of dollars at stake”.
      My concern is why do you limit the theme? While you have shown and articulated on the McCain/Clinton/Obama, etc. and their cohorts in the Middle East and elsewhere… why haven’t you done an expose of the real trillions of tax-payer funds and illicit gains of drug running, money laundering and weapons sales / procurement within the international ‘deep state’ that the CIA / Pentagon have their fingerprints all over. This is where the real “trillions at stake” lay and President Trump is vehemently against drug and human trafficking, along with trillions being spent on ‘regime changes’.

      Seems to me, that you have the contacts, information and inquisitive mind to do a very informative article and show where “trillions of dollars are at stake” and how these funds are moved and the corruption it takes within our Congress and Wall Street banking conglomerates to keep this under-wraps and unexposed by the swamp creatures.


      • bertdilbert says:

        It is easier to run a site that has a broad overview of the subject rather then one that gets lost in the weeds. I want McCain gone, but he really is a sideshow to the main act. The wheels of justice grind slow.


    • andymilken says:

      And the 29 “suckers.” Can’t expand, just to maintain per the new proposal. No increases. States have to do w/ what is given to them. Full repeal will end in full revolt. The “cuck” brothers are behind this “resistance.”


  12. bertdilbert says:

    The press with the credibility problem ask about WH credibility problem.

    Liked by 14 people

    • R-C says:

      One wishes to have heard Sean Spicer reply…

      “Of all the people in this room with a ‘credibility problem’, it’s NOT us…”

      Liked by 8 people

      • bertdilbert says:

        There are always so many places where I would like to have seen Spicer take a dig on the press. Don’t worry, Trump is going to have another press conference and resize them at the appropriate time.

        Liked by 4 people

  13. georgiafl says:

    Heh – woman wanted Trump to apologize to Obama re: Gitmo prisoners – Heck NO. No reason to do so. NEVER!!!

    Liked by 12 people

    • H.R. says:

      No need for President Trump to ever apologize for anything. HWSRN spent 8 years apologizing to the world for everything… except Michelle’s school lunches. He still owes schoolchildren an apology for that. “That crap on a shingle? That’s not who we are as Americans. Sorry ’bout that.”

      Liked by 6 people

  14. MW says:

    As many have said before me, I don’t know how the heck Sean deals with these tools. That charming smile. The way he speaks to them like they are harmless, naughty children. Me, I’d give them the look of death and smack them verbally, like taking a fly swatter to the bug. I simply couldn’t do it. And, he makes it look so easy! That dude has a gift!! So disarming….

    Liked by 9 people

  15. redlegleader68 says:

    Like others, I’m noticing a difference in the Press and their conduct. And that’s a good thing! Some (most!!) of their questions are just silly … designed for a sound bite and nothing more.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Did Spicer say anything about the Vault 7 leaks?

    Liked by 1 person

    • bertdilbert says:

      Yes, what was your expectation?


      • Didn’t have any expectation. Just curious because I didn’t get to watch it yet.


        • bertdilbert says:

          Basically he differentiated between private leaks (Podesta) and government leaks (Vault 7 and others). Confidential government material have national security implications verses leaks of private citizens. He did not get into an opinion of Vault 7 info as whether it was right or wrong for government to have such operations.

          Liked by 3 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      He assiduously avoided the terminology. Cast it as national security leaks.

      So he was briefed to talk that way about.

      WH still timid about CIA evil.

      Amazing how the name Pompeo is not in the news.
      His face is not in the news. You would think he was a covert officer undercover.

      He was appointed to Direct and reform.

      Biggest scandal since the 70’s (in fact bigger in overall loss of Freedoms of Americans) and now Director of CI.

      And they had weeks to get ready. WikiLeaks gave a heads up long ago.

      Pompeo. The face and voice of CI and no one has seen or heard from him.

      Think about this: the CIA can insert “Russian” Intel captured by the US, which really originated from US in disguise as Russian. And then go “brief” the POTUS about what the Russians are “planning or doing”.

      Ramifications: justification for military or severe covert action. All based on contrived lies from Langley.



      • Hey, why did your avatar face get changed?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Chuck says:

        How long has Pompeo been on the job? How much stuff does he have to clean up? What is he up against and how long has it taken to get that way? Do you really think he is looking for press coverage?

        Liked by 3 people

      • vfm#7634 says:

        “WH still timid about CIA evil.

        Amazing how the name Pompeo is not in the news.”

        I expect the WH is being very careful considering what happened to JFK.

        And if Pompeo isn’t in the news… it may be because he’s extra busy, which would be a good thing.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Bull Durham says:

          It’s not merely him or his words. He simply is not mentioned by anyone but those of us who suspect he is not what we hoped for.

          Another mystery is Stephen Miller. He came out one weekend. Killed all MSM. Disappeared.

          Strange stuff.


      • entagor says:

        If Pompeo is trustworthy he might as well remain a cipher.This agency is littered with agents who can create false trails. it is better for him to reveal as little as possible and be the eyes and ears of Trump

        The spying is so deep, I think the only way someone can safely communicate in the WH, is with an etch-a-sketch machine:

        Kim Dotcom Retweeted
        The Intercept‏Verified account @theintercept 5h5 hours ago
        Encrypted app used by White House staffers suffered from serious security flaws by @JennaMC_Laugh

        what happens to Whistleblowers with interesting section about Hayden

        Kim Dotcom Retweeted
        WikiLeaks‏Verified account @wikileaks 3h3 hours ago
        Former CIA+NSA director Michael Hayden blames “millenials” for CIA leak #Vault7

        Kim Dotcom says:
        Kim Dotcom‏Verified account @KimDotcom 3h3 hours ago
        Kim Dotcom Retweeted Scott Harvey
        Appoint new FBI leadership
        Get FBI agents from outside DC to investigate CIA & NSA for all unlawful activities. One domino falls, game over.

        Whois Comey?


        • MaineCoon says:

          ” The spying is so deep, I think the only way someone can safely communicate in the White House, is with an etch-a-sketch machine.”

          White House employee new language skill requirement:


    • filia.aurea says:

      “Government policy is not to confirm or deny” over, and over again. Ok?


  17. Bruce says:

    Stupid reports still look stupid while they whore themselves to the lefty loons. Imagine that. The average american can see this contrast. Let the ding bats stay in the briefings and get more popcorn and whiskey for the show.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bull Durham says:

      These WH press corps pressers should not be televised. They are worthless to the American people. It’s as if they are held in DNC HQ.

      Have Americans asks questions. Any TV presser should have Skype questioners.

      And no more than three dolts from the Fake News. Total waste of time.

      Liked by 5 people

      • filia.aurea says:

        70 minutes total – 6 minutes worthwhile. Too long. One question each, no repeat answers. I predict another skit on SNL. When Spicer’s comment on CBO being out of whack was re-asked, the simple answer should have been that his comment on inaccuracy of CBO estimates was in response to Pelosi’s complaint that new bill “hasn’t even been priced out yet” – “so what good did that do you last time, Nancy”?


  18. MfM says:

    Interesting he got asked about the Women’s Day thing… when Melania was hosting a lunch in the White House for women.

    Yup, Melania’s back at the White House and it’s in the middle of the week. Wouldn’t it be fun if she greeted a tour group or two?

    Liked by 2 people

    • MfM says:

      Only saw a couple of women in red, most where in spring colors. I’d link the video, but it was only woman coming in and taking their places and stopped when Melania was introduced.


  19. navysquid says:

    coveyouthband says: How are the “press” lib dems getting the marching orders, talking points every day ? They pounded Russia Russia Russia every day for weeks, now they a new set of Alinsky points…. How do you think they get them? Blast email or texts ????

    Remember “Journolist”…I am sure there is a similar list still out there for all the MSMers to be on the same page daily.


  20. LKA in LA says:

    It is insulting that these news reader creeps get to go to the White House everyday for their job which is to bash our President and country. All others have to go through hoops to get in. I was watching and had to turn off the feed because it is a pathetic display from people who have never really had to earn anything. I am shocked at what passes as professional. I hope President Trump will reconsider and move their base off the grounds. They do not deserve to be there and from what I saw it looked like silliness for the world to see.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. teaforall says:

    Today I went to work and made a difference. Helping my patients recover from a illness. Instructing Disease Process and medications, performing Wound care and assist with their needs. Instead of protesting they should have done community service to help others….

    Liked by 5 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      Somebody has to clean hospital bedpans. That would be a much more noble task than simply marching in the streets, carrying silly, profane signs and screaming at the top of their lungs.


  22. If you look at these (I rarely do) as just imagine what is true………Just put a lib dem senator or congress persons face imposed in your mind on each “reporters” face. It will give you more clear picture of who is really trying to ruin our country and take down our PDJT….. These scum are just stand ins for the other arm of the lib dem party …


    • singingsoul says:

      My husband ask if there is a day for men off…(s
      I do not know others but my husband worked very hard all his life to provide well for his family.
      He enjoyed working until 74 and still does some part-time teaching and is on organizations that take him to meeting out of town. I feel men like that who worked hard should also have a day to be recognized for their value to society.


  23. S. Marie says:

    Avid reader but first time commenter here…I watched the entirety of Spicer’ spread conference today and something really stood out. At the very end, Sean went back to an early questions about Trump’s Saturday tweet about wiretapping and specifically stated the WH is not asserting there was any investigation into Trump formally during the campaign, while at the same time reaffirming that the WH is not retracting Trump’s allegations that Obama wire tapped (or surveyed, etc.). To me, this upped the crave in a big way, by declaring that not only did it happen but BHO pushed it through in such a way that it didnt even have the auspices of being legitimate. This is not a surprising accusation to many readers here, but I thought it could be a serious upcharge in the eyes of the MSM. Especially since even Fox ( I know, same stripes different colors) is fixiated on the FISS warrants to corroborate Trumps claim.

    I have seen anything suggesting anyone else that anyone else has read as much into this as I have. But I have notice Trumo usually starts a battle with a more subtle hint about his next move. I would love to hear everyone’s thought in this.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Ad rem says:

      Welcome to the Tree House S. Marie… 😀


    • JC says:

      Welcome, Marie. That statement was very notable to me, too. Interesting that the distinction speaks volumes. Make no mistake, it was intentional. Hard to know if it was a gauntlet thrown, a notice to Dems and media or an actual salvo fired across the bow. Interesting that you think it may be a “subtle hint about [President Trump’s] next move”. We shall see, won’t we? Never a dull moment, hehe.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Joe Knuckles says:

        Yes, he was making it clear that it was a “dirty trick” and not a legitimate investigation. Tricky Barack? Doesn’t sound right. Need to come up with something better.


  24. S. Marie says:

    *press conference ….sorry


  25. Neb65 says:

    On the bright side, notice a definite improvement in appearance of newsies! First week they looked like they just rolled in off a three day drunk, now they are bathed and in jackets and ties. Remarkable!


  26. snaggletooths says:

    this is an interesting choice of words

    In the interview, Paul accused Ryan of misleading President Donald Trump on the process and the level of support in the House for the bill that House GOP leadership—at Ryan’s direction—put forward this week


    • snaggletooths says:

      This is a very good article
      “The fact that Paul is saying Ryan is misleading Trump is an explosive charge, but is backed by the evidence of widespread mistrust in the House GOP conference over this bill and Ryan’s waning influence as Speaker—dislike of it extends far beyond the House Freedom Caucus, as Breitbart News can confirm.”


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