Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 14th 2016

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers a press briefing from the Brady room.  March 14th 2016:  Live Stream LinkAlternate Live Stream

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43 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 14th 2016

  1. Southern Son says:

    Whew…
    I could not Imagine, having to deal with this level of Idiotcracy for four years.
    Sean is a Lion.
    For Eight Years, they were just Trained Seals.
    Now, they try to act like sea lions.
    arhaarhaarha
    Sorry, that’s the best sea lion imitation I could think of.
    Flippers clapping too.
    Hey Sean!
    Throw ’em some lit M80’s.
    That’ll shut ’em up.

    No real animals were harmed in the making of this comment…

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  2. Jayke says:

    Federally mandated health insurance is Unconstitutional.

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  3. redlegleader68 says:

    Sorry to say, but Sean is losing control today. He’s allowing certain “reporters” to have a conversation with him rather than asking one + followup. Needs to do better.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I actually think today was one of his better days. This man makes a better case about why Obamacare is a disaster and why we need to go in a different direction. I am actually amazed how well versed he was about the topic. I actually feel better today about the direction our President is going with the repeal and replace plan. I truly believe with this amendment that folks from the freedom caucus will come onboard.

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    • I noticed that, too. He seems to be on the defensive in more than one exchange.

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      • cjzak says:

        Probably because he keeps answering the same questions with the same facts and these clowns just refuse to accept his answers.

        The new plan that Pres. Trump wants to give us will be designed to make affordable healthcare available to every American who WANTS it. Right now, even with the government mandates, people still refuse to buy Obamacare, or can’t afford it, it’s deductibles make it unusable, they have few or no choices on plans available and there is no competition to bring down costs. Pretty easy to understand for most of us but not the media who deliberately keeps asking for explanations but won’t accept the ones given.

        Sean made it about as clear as you can get in explaining the whole thing. Sheesh. Honestly, if I was him and had to say that one more time I think I’d be swearing in mutltiple languages at them.

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      • redlegleader68 says:

        I think he picked it up once he got off the “front row” of peacocks.” These are the fools trying to make the sound bites for the evening news. I’d pass them over ever few days.

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  4. Trumppin says:

    Watching WH Press Briefings is like watching “ground hogs day” every day

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    • JC says:

      Hahaha, Trumppin – true. Bill Murray’s character at least learned something each day, as is not the case with these robotic clowns. I do agree with Flepore that today’s briefing was better than yesterday’s, but that’s not saying much.

      The open hostility with which some ask their poison-spearhead questions, combined with the stupid and repetitive nonsense, is almost beyond human endurance. Sean is somehow able to transform their inanities and maximize info given from the platform.

      Love hearing about President Trump’s productive daily schedule, the constant swarm of activity throughout the WH and the hundreds of everyday citizens who stand with our President in the Oval Office.

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      • Trumppin says:

        it’s really too bad that most people don’t bother to even watch the WH press brief .. they would wake up so much faster if they did.. it’s blaring how the media reports on the media reports thus creating the entire story out of thin air.

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  5. Sean doing very well answering the health care questions.
    Like to know more about what a managers amendment is.

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  6. NHVoter says:

    Spicer really does need a super soaker to deal with these insufferable dolts.

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    • Reality Wins says:

      I keep saying – electrify the seats and give Sean a control panel to administer a shock based on fake news reporter rudeness level.

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      • Wavetheshales says:

        Still looking for trap doors and using the pool underneath as a dunk tank…..

        Though with the shock panel, if they were appropriately dressed:
        Q: Where’s your butler friend?
        A: He blew a fuse…..

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  7. dakkie says:

    And There Will Be Signs – The Stage Is Set – Take Time To Analyze This For Yourself – Do Not Be In Shock.
    http://investmentwatchblog.com/and-there-will-be-signs-the-stage-is-set-take-time-to-analyze-this-for-yourself-do-not-be-in-shock/

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  8. fedback says:

    When Acosta is called it always ends up in a discussion.
    The man has no manners.

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    • Publius Jenkem says:

      Acosta must either be one of dumbest reporters I have ever seen or he is a liar with the liberal cognitive dissonance who acts like he does not know what everyone knows and hears. Perhaps there should be a few seats in the press room designated for ignorant, stupid and mentally challenged like Jim Acosta.

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  9. rf121 says:

    Sean needs to remember the old saying. “Never argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.”

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    • benifranlkin says:

      My father used to remind me of that on a regular basis only he would say “If you argue with an idiot you become one.” I never for got that.

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  10. Reality Wins says:

    We are so blessed to have the greatest team ever assembled!
    THANK YOU to Team Trump for sending me a commemorative Inaugural invitation!
    Added to my stash of Terrific Trump Tchotchkes™!

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  11. fedback says:

    These ‘reporters’ behave like prosecutors

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    • M33 says:

      “Prosecutors Will Be Violated”

      That is what those signs warn, right?

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    • JC says:

      Ha – Fedback, I read “raptors” instead of “reporters” at first glance.

      In response to your post above: Acosta is an arrogant bully who, like April, hogs the spotlight, holds the room captive and wastes everyone’s time… and patience. He just won’t stop t a l k I n g. It was rather satisfying to see him crammed onto the end of the row, with the camera obscuring all but his face; oh, for a bigger camera.

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  12. ginaswo says:

    #Spiceman was awesome
    My fave part, in a free country you don’t force people to buy a product
    Yesssss

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  13. Pam says:

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  14. fedback says:

    ‘Sean, Kushner was seen buying Chinese takeaway. Does this prove he’s a Chinese agent’

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  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    Who are these people? They certainly don’t represent the questions or even topics of interest for 1/2 of America! Article from last year but interesting nonetheless
    http://freebeacon.com/issues/no-white-house-reporter-republican/
    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/2016-campaign-opinion-journalists-press-corps-reporters-survey-213844

    Not a surprise at how liberal the press corp is. Here is something I didn’t know – they have an association and that is probably wha they are so upset that the WH is choosing to go over their heads and invite others into that press room.
    http://www.whca.net/officers.htm

    The rules that they have decided the White House must follow (did Obama’s White House follow this? if not, did the press complain? What if the WH says no, here are Our Rules?). Seems most of these are what the POTUS and his admin must do. Where are the best practices and rules for the journalists?
    http://www.whca.net/2015WHCA_Declaration.pdf
    http://www.whca.net/2015WHCA_PracticesPrinciples_CoverageAccess.pdf

    wikipedia list of members of the White House Press Corp – says it is incomplete
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House_press_corps

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  16. Something that never gets stated is that the penalty is less expensive than buying the insurance is. Not that I’m suggesting the penalty be raised.. because there should have never been a penalty in the first place.

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  17. sundance says:

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  18. dbethd says:

    Kick out the MSM. ~ I think I will repeat this every press briefing until they are booted out of there.

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  19. dbethd says:

    I guess Jim Acosta is the only one in the press briefing. Sheesh, shut up, man!

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  20. SharonKinDC says:

    1. Acosta is a moron. Seriously. Don’t think it’s an act for a gotcha line, he really does NOT understand what Sean is saying.

    2. Spicey was incredible. Patient, highly well informed, and explained things so normal people could understand the plans. However, there aren’t many normal ppl in the press room.

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  21. Katherine McCoun says:

    I really enjoy watching the White House press briefings. I just learned that the State Department also does press briefings on a frequent basis. I haven’t watched them yet but will watch a few later tonight.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/statevideo/videos

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  22. Katherine McCoun says:

    Here is yet another reason that the White House Press might be feeling stressed (reasons already acknowledged are the much longer work hours of the Trump White House, the fact that the majority are not only liberals but really thought Hillary would win & the expansion of the press corps to include outlets that are non liberal biased news organizations) is that there is just so much more interest in these press conferences.

    I have clicked on several old press briefing videos on youtube from 2014, 2015 and even 12/15/16 and views are between 1K & 14K, most being around 2-4K. Huge jump in interest in these press briefings under the Trump administration!

    Even the White House press was not as interested back then. I realize the press corp has grown since 1/22/17 to be more diverse in viewpoint and audience. However, the press corp before then still consisted of enough people to fill the room. In none of the press conferences that I watched was conference room filled – not even the seats were filled. Now, it is seats filled and lined around the room with all standing room taken.

    Another interesting thing to note in the old press conference videos is the laid back tone of the reporters even while questioning the Obama admin but that is not a surprise

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