Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 16th 2017

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers a press briefing from the Brady room on March 16th 2017. Start time approximately 2:00pm:

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247 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 16th 2017

  1. timentide says:

    ………..and all the presstitutes in the redundant Main Stream Fake News media go Wah, Wah, Wah. Hilarious.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. fedback says:

    The older reporter, John Gizzi, is one of the few who is professional and respectful.
    It’s always a relief when he asks a question

    Liked by 8 people

  3. I remember all the free lunch and after school programs when I was growing up in the 70’s. Oh wait there was no such thing. We paid for lunch and played outside when we got home.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. For those of you who take one for the team by watching these news chimps on their Tarzan channels, maybe you could answer me this. Were all these FSM equally as passionate about asking Hildelzebub Clintoon ad nauseum day after day after day if she “litterally’ meant she wiped her server with a cloth? I mean she sais it right? Did they follow up?

    Did they dig deep into the weeds, was it a static free cloth, a lint free cloth…a true cotton cloth or a blend? Did she really mean “cloth” I mean she said it so that is exactly what she meant right?? that you wipe a server with a “cloth” Good Grief!!

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  5. jstanley01 says:

    Spicer is good at his job. I thought he tied up in a bow the hypocrisy of journalistic frauds Garrett, Karl, and Acosta et. al. quite nicely, and tossed it right back in their laps.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Tejas Rob says:

    WOW! What a press briefing.

    Or as the kids at The_Donald say, Press Beating.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. Pam says:

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  8. KitKat says:

    If the fake news is not believed, its purveyors scream and yell and have hissy fits.

    If the fake news is believed, and then proven false, the purveyors demand that the people who believed it apologize.


  9. Trumppin says:

    Hannity tonight should extra special – keep an eye on his twitter feed too! 😂


  10. fleporeblog says:

    I absolutely loved the way Sean handled these rats today! He doesn’t have to speak with them until Monday afternoon. By that time, Admiral Mike Rogers, Head of NSA under Obozo and now Trump (also a white hat) will have testified to the House Intelligence Committee since he is first up on Monday. These rats are scared sh…tless because Monday is when the fun will begin.

    I also love that he dropped the Andrew Napoitano’s statements about the British doing the dirty work for Obozo.

    The head of the GCHQ quit 3 days after our President was inaugurated

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    • Kathy says:

      Two snippets from this LONG article: “If [GCHQ Director] Hannigan had turned this [Flynn] transcript over through official channels, it would have been subjected to mandatory minimization under U.S. law and, as such, could not have been the basis of the [acting AG Sally] Yates intervention on Jan. 26. This eliminates the FBI, the Department of Justice and the NSA as viable conduits for any Flynn-related intelligence sourced to GCHQ. If, however, Hannigan provided the Flynn transcript to the CIA using back channels, then John Brennan, CIA director under Obama, emerges as the leading culprit behind the leak — breathing life into Nunes’ assertion that the Flynn leak could only have come from the *highest levels* of the Obama administration.” … “Hannigan’s resignation occurred a mere three days prior to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit to the White House on Jan. 26 — the same day Yates briefed White House counsel on the Flynn transcript. A simple *connect the dots* exercise would have May cleaning house before any meeting with Trump in which the fact of such an explosive relationship would have most likely been raised.”

      Two snippets from this SHORT press release: “Colin Powell’s former Chief of Staff Col. Lawrence Wilkerson (ret.), said that Britain’s MI6 secret spy agency or their GCHQ bugging center may have been responsible for wiretapping Donald Trump.” … “Comey’s right, he wasn’t wire-tapping anybody, it was John Brennan, at the CIA.”

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Kathy great job! The one person that seems to have fallen off the face of the earth is John Brennan. We haven’t heard word from him for over a month. I actually would not be shocked if he is found dead. Whether he kills himself or someone took care of him would be anybody’s guess.


  11. I wish Sean Spicer could just refrain from taking questions from Acosta who monopolizes the question time and is really only interested in being an attack dog. Acosta’s purpose is to use his expose to drive his narrative, to destroy Trump’s administration. Logic is irrelevant, cogent answers are brushed aside and false assumptions are shouted out to drown out Spicer and delegitimize the President. I am old fashioned enough to be shocked that the truth and fair play is irrelevant to a reporter allowed entry into the White House briefings. Acosta is not alone in this pursuit but he is clearly the most malevolent and duplicitous.

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    • sorry exposure not expose


    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Actually, one has to think about the long game – by taking questions from Acosta, Karl, Garret, and others of their ilk … They are being exposed for their biased attempts of embarrassing the President and his Team.

      One has to understand the team President Trump has close to him. They know and have possibly been part of the media / political swamp. Therefore, they know it is the long game and will take time to expose the lot …

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  12. Nchadwick says:

    Beautiful – the “reporter” who babied talked and chose to not have a question, when called on –instead asking Spicer to call on the New York Times…

    This is what she tweeted afterwards — not reporting on what information Spicer/White House gave them to report – instead…


  13. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Funny quote of the day as many have heard already. Spicer to Acosta.

    Sean Spicer: “Jim, I think that’s cute, but at the end of the day we talked about this for 3 or 4 days. The President was referring to broad surveillance and now you’re basically going back…

    Jim, somehow you seem to believe you have all this information, you’ve been read in all of these things which I find very interesting.

    ==> You’ve come to serious conclusions for a guy who has zero intelligence! Uh…classified..clearance!”

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  14. xyzlatin says:

    Acosta should be allowed 2 questions only. The man is an arrogant rude argumentative pig. Then why was the question from Talk Radio Georgia censored on the video by muting so we could not hear it? Who would be responsible for that censorship?

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  15. TONYA PARNELL says:



  16. Listening to this press conference, almost done, why does Spicer keep answering the same questions over and over; he needs to just shut them down and move on and if the only questions they have is about the word wire tapping, in quotes, then he should just say we are done here and walk out. He is encouraging them by continuing to answer the same question over and over. That’s my comment on Sean’s style…needs to tighten it up some.


  17. Where do these reporters get their intel briefings and government budgeting expertise?


  18. JC says:

    Mulvaney was outstanding! Took me by surprise that he was that effective.
    • Budget summary excellent. Check.
    • Explanations clear and concise. Check.
    • Answers to questions precise and thorough. Check.
    • Shut down nonsense and interruptions immediately. Check.
    • Humorous. Check.

    Calm, bright, businesslike, matter-of-fact. “Next”. It’s like the dolts were trying to be on their best behavior for the visiting teacher and put their questions out there quickly and succinctly.

    He spoke of funding to the sciences, especially global warming: “We’re not paying for that anymore.” As for cutting funding programs like the NIH, he of referred to the problem of “mission creep” of various departments “doing things outside their core function” and the need to cut waste, eliminate duplicity and improve efficiency.

    Only at the end did he even hint that the experience was grueling. “I don’t know how Sean does this for an hour-and-a-half every day…”

    Great choice, President Trump!

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  19. Ron says:

    Just to remind everyone: These presstitutes have very little power left, and you are watching their final death rattle. It’s easy to get worked up watching these press conferences if you’re irritated by stupidity, but be happy in knowing that they enjoy about a 6% trust rate with the American people.


  20. Vetwriter says:

    It seems as if Obama “REQUESTED” not “ORDERED” and did so from the British Intelligence agency by merely saying that he needed conversations Trump made that the Brit’s had on Trump and that there would be no trace of an American fingerprint on it. Slick.


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