Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 13th 2017…

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds a Brady Room press briefing in the White House for March 13th 2017:

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105 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 13th 2017…

  1. duchess01 says:

    Good going, Sean – stopped the journalist in mid-stream – to clarify – and then, shut him down!

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  2. sundance says:

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  3. Pam says:

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  4. Pam says:

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  5. duchess01 says:

    Asked and answered, Sean – shut it down – on to the next topic, please!

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  6. Is it me, or did Sean Spicer seem a little downtrodden?

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    • duchess01 says:

      He appears to be somewhat subdued, but I don’t see it as downtrodden, Mike – jmho

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      No… I think dealing with the MSM ( who pretends not to know when they know) is just exhausting work when you have to repeat yourself 100 X .

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      • There is no law that Spicer has to entertain that particular group of press corps. None at all. Self-inflicted torment. He should call on those reporters who are not there to antagonize and undermine President Trump, but Spicer doesn’t know how. And yes I DO.

        He’s worried — or — the administration is worried that if they do that they will “get bad press?” Sounds like media bullying and blackmail and it is highly frustrating to watch anyone let themselves be bullied.

        Who gives a hoot what those liars say? There’s plenty of other good reporters to choose from. Let CNN pound sand if they are not called upon. And why aren’t good reporters filling up the briefings?

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          I could not agree more…but I did notice that more of the Press are thanking him when he does call on them…If someone in the pool asks the same question someone else has asked– Response : Asked and Answered– Next…

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    • Rainy says:

      How frustrating if not a bit depressing is his job, walking into a room of hostile liars and then to have to be somewhat polite…..Uugghh. I could not do it. I would want to call them out on there lies and spin like Glen Thrush for instance!!! How can he even dare to show his face after wiki leaks?!!
      I couldn’t meet with these people once a month never mind 3 to 4 times a week.
      One has to be a well informed LOVER of polite conflict for Spicer’s job.

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  7. dbethd says:

    Kick out the MSM. I’m ready!

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    • Howie says:

      They are worthless. What a pack of imbeciles.

      Liked by 9 people

      • mswords000 says:

        Yes. I don’t think I have seen a better example in my lifetime of how a group of people become deranged and then continue acting as a group in their shared insanity. I only hope we get to see the end of the story where they either implode of gradually over time grow out of their group mental problems. New blood into the WH press group can do nothing but help these deluded fools. When I first heard it, I didn’t fully appreciate President Trump’s use of the phrase “so sad,” but I do now. A great civilization produces this! It is so sad.

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        • GrouchonotKarl says:

          It’s called group consciousness. Like a flock turning abruptly, a school of hundreds acting as one. In case of MSM its puppets leashed together operated by one master

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        • filia.aurea says:

          Sad perhaps. To me, more like disgusting – a disgusting reflection of how free-thinking people have been transformed into a pack of scavengers. Lower than dirt and half as smart.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      One stupid question after another. They discuss semantics. I, myself, find it very hard to watch these briefings and at the end nothing is learnt most of the times.

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      • Very true! But I would beg to differ in a couple of aspects: 1) Watching such stupidity helps to reveal just who it has been that’s been running this country and why it is so screwed up, and 2) Learning how they use semantics, double-speak, distortion, truth-bending, false narratives, etc, etc, is CRUCIAL in throwing it all back in their faces by revealing to them what it is they are doing and helping to shine a light on their b.s.

        But you’re right, it does hard to watch over time.

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        • singingsoul says:

          I find the media rude and offensive. One can ask questions in a nice tone. Some media people semens almost combative. I wonder what they would say if Shawn treaded them like that..? They have no manners no respect and no ethical compass

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        • Lack is not all says:

          Their IQ doesnt seem to be very high collectively . They are like students at University who ask questions to the professors but couldnt care less about the answers, just to be noticed We all had people like this in student times They were so annoying. At the end they dropped the course or didnt pass the exams. Unfortunately these dim wits wont drop the briefings. We are stack and so is Sean. I dont envy him his job.

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          • If Socrates was alive he would certainly be entertained by these stalwarts of probing questions. RETARDS!!! Apologize for using Socrates, he does not deserve these jackals asking questions…but one of his quotes does fit here: “True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing.”

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  8. Pam says:

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  9. Pam says:

    oops, wrong tweet. Take two.

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  10. duchess01 says:

    They continually try to put words in Sean’s mouth – here we go again with the unemployment numbers – CBO – same questions – already answered! Now, questioning the President’s tweets – is he serious or joking – Geesh!

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    • Howie says:

      Facts are some sort of taboo to the liberal reporter. Unacceptable barriers to liblogic. Incomprehensible to the leftist. I would trust the handicapper at the Dog Track in Key West before those shills.

      http://joshblackman.com/blog/2017/03/12/the-accuracy-of-the-cbos-obamacare-forecasts/

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      • duchess01 says:

        Agree – but, consider the job and what the qualifications are – criticize, twist, and don’t argue – liberal backward thinking permits them to talk – just say the opposite – one cannot argue with a liberal because they have no argument –

        As for the CBO – those guys did not pass ‘personal finance’ in college – and we expect them to do ‘financial forecasting and planning’? Ain’t gonna happen, Howie!

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      • Howie says:

        It took me 30 seconds to pull this ip. Not one of those imbecile reporters have the wherewithall to do even a bare minimum of research before asking absurd questions. They only listen to other stupid reporters and know nothing of reality.

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      • “Facts are some sort of taboo to the liberal reporter”

        Correct! That’s why replays of Fantasy Island are all the rage. Being able to escape reality and live within an alternate universe is all libtards have come to understand.

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    • singingsoul says:

      duchess01 “They continually try to put words in Seanโ€™s mouth โ€“ ”
      _________________
      They come with their own agenda and already formed the answer to their own questions. They are upset because Shawn has a different answer then they want. They are a joke for the whole world to see.

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      • JC says:

        Scrinching your forehead and looking clueless to appear oh-so-innocent, Major Garrett, does not render your ridiculous, previously-asked questions legit. Stop it.

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      • duchess01 says:

        So true, singing! And – it’s annoying to say the least – they also ask for his opinion – Sean told them – it doesn’t matter what he thinks – lol

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  11. Howie says:

    White House Pres Corpse

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  12. Honest Abbey says:

    Did you see the confused look on that reporters face when Sean Spicer said, You should believe what the President says – UNLESS HE’S JOKING!!

    The reporter is still trying to figure that one out!

    He’s like, What? The President tells jokes!?!? You mean we have been reporting things as LIES all this time and he was probably only JOKING!?!?

    THAT WAS PRECIOUS!

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  13. fedback says:

    Sean, logical reasoning doesn’t apply to reporters

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  14. Pam says:

    Here we go. It’s the question we all expected. It’s about what happened to Sean at the Apple store.

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  15. fedback says:

    Unbelievable that reporters try to use this crazy moonbat attack on Sean

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  16. duchess01 says:

    That has to have the shortest Press Conference yet! Gonna be hard for the moonbats to write their summaries – since there were only 3-4 subjects covered 3-4 times – That’s all folks!

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  17. kurtmandoo says:

    The pressroom must really stink, with so many a$$holes being there.
    What a bunch of losers. 2 or 3 actual good questions, out of a room full of people identifying as journalists.

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  18. 22044 says:

    He didn’t talk about Shree the Shrieker, did he?

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  19. albrevin says:

    Our country is not being served by these ashats….

    Our federal government has become an entity unto itself. I don’t even know what it is or what it governs. Do people realize this?

    I would say this to all those with vested interests in the government in Washington DC (including the insufferable ‘press’ pool…. President Trump is your last opportunity to salvage whatever moral authority the government in Washington DC may still have. A government that wages violence on other people under a dubious flag of justification (the Bush doctrine) and then (Obama) turns around and does the same type of behavior against its own citizens (IRS abuse, racial dissension and violence, etc) does not have long for the world.

    Note that Donald Trump campaigned in opposition to both of these means, note that the MSM and political class and intelligence agencies are aligned against President Trump’s goals regarding these strategies. You folks keep opposing him and if you take him down the whole house of cards will fall apart. There will be little to no consent of the governed left. You may not care, you may feel totally secure in your own self-righteousness and abilities to keep the lid-on, however, you will not survive the productive tax paying citizenry turning their collective backs on you and no longer giving two sheets what you think or do nor sending you money nor sending you anymore cannon fodder. You are arrogant fools if you think you still have clothing on.

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  20. labrat says:

    For some reason the old favorite popped into my mind today. not hot – but spicy!

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  21. Athena the Warrior says:

    The press corp brats were extra a$$ holey today. Preet, Tweet, Flynn rinse and repeat. O wish Sean would call on new people everyday. Best thing today – no April.

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  22. itswoot says:

    I’m thinking Sean Spicer’s job in dealing with the MSM is like that of a cowboy riding an untamed bronc. Let them get used to wearing a bridle and saddle, and then break them in until they are calmed down and behavin’.

    0:27 in length

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  23. dbethd says:

    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/03/20/is-trump-trolling-the-white-house-press-corps

    Just read this article (posted by the Gateway Pundit also). They do a good job of showcasing the arrogance of the MSM. One sentence I copied below:

    “‘To Goyal’: to seek out a reporter who is likely to provide a friendly question, or a moment of comic relief.”

    They should change the meaning of ‘To Goyal’ to “to seek out a reporter who is likely to ask…” real questions that real Americans want to know.

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  24. 4bleu says:

    Who are the supervisors who give all these ‘reporters’ their narratives and questions to ask? Doesn’t the public deserve transparency on the backgrounds of these very powerful media news managers who decide what is reported and what isn’t?

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  25. EWSoCal says:

    White House is attacking Gateway Pundit? What? That doesn’t seem correct. What did I miss?

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  26. albrevin says:

    Well I could have been an actor
    But I wound up here
    I just have to look good
    I don’t have to be clear
    Come and whisper in my ear
    We need dirty laundry

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  27. Bull Durham says:

    Ernie Kovacks early 1950’s. (Comedy and TV genius) This brainless cult was what was forming then in society.
    It has erupted 60 years later all over America.
    But understand the parody of the Nairobi Trio.

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  28. Summer says:

    I didn’t learn anything from the “questions.” The hacks pretending to be journalists don’t even realize how pathetic and irrelevant their gotcha questions sound. FAUX is no better. Epic fail.

    Trump’s Twitter account is obviously driving the presstitutes mad.

    I wonder how many of these concern trolls have the Obamacare “coverage” themselves. SpiceMan should ask the next dimwit who asks him an inane question about “losing coverage.”

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    • JC says:

      Agree, Summer. As much as I’ve enjoyed the briefings, today’s was maddening and a complete waste of time, except for a few of Sean’s zingers.

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  29. AmericaFirst says:

    Did they let that Decker assaulter back in? My hope was that he would be expelled permanently.

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  30. mikeyboo says:

    After watching that nonsense, Spicer should be nominated for sainthood.

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  31. Emily Summer says:

    I never seen so much nit picking in my life. It is like these reporters have the mentality of 2 year olds. Same stupid questions, over and over like they are trying to get the answer that suits THEM. And to top it off, they will report it all wrong, anyway. Spicer needs to put a stop to this garbage and tell them to shape up or they will no longer be allowed to attend.

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  32. joshua says:

    why not make the media submit their questions in writing or electronically before the presser and let Spicer choose what he wants to answer or not….or to put some of them up for a big group laugh at and ID the submissing MSM doofus?

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