Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – 1:30pm Livestream…

Press Secretary Sean Spicer is scheduled to deliver the White House press beating today at 1:30pm from the Brady room.

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139 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – 1:30pm Livestream…

  1. So who wants to bet that the first questions of the day will be about “tapes”, “Is Comey a liar” and “Eric Trump funneling money to Trump’s campaign”

    Give em hell, Sean! God Bless President Donald J. Trump

    Liked by 10 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      I’ve got a dollar on Travel Ban Appeals Court decision.

      Liked by 6 people

    • fangdog says:

      The MAGA is being hindered by forces (Deep State, UniParty, Globalist elites) similar to the infiltration of ISIS which infects any Country and its government, only without the bloodshed. One can only imagine the MAGA progress without the subversives.

      The only weapon MAGA has at its disposal without bloodshed are the Rule of Law and the Constitution. It is time to ignore what amounts to MSM pettiness and responding in Pavlov dog fashion. Get above it with unwavering focused efficiency.

      Liked by 7 people

  2. Molly says:

    Looking forward to watching this today. Too much Frank Underwood over the weekend and need to get back to reality this week. 😉

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Seriously? Since when do people need to be afraid to post their honest opinions here without being ridiculed? Is “Troll” the CTH equivalent of “Racist”?

    Among other things, the ability to RESPECTFULLY disagree with one another ( here) has been one of the Hallmarks of the CTH that made it what it is. Why change that now?

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    • BobBoxBody says:

      There’s a difference between “respectfully disagree” and shilling. None of what Pinkie said was accurate or matched up with what Sundance has talked about here. The Swamp and its associates employs people to disperse vapor so any meaningful discussion on their stuff gets obfuscated and sidetracked and to demoralize support.

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      • I get what you’re saying, and agree that there is a widespread effort being made by the left to astroturf, troll, and disrupt Conservative sites. And, although I don’t “know” Pinkie, and can’t speak in refernce to ANYONE’s motives, I CAN say that I have been privileged to have discourse with Oldiaguy here for quite some time, and can assure you that he is not a paid troll from Media Matters, or anywhere else


    • fleporeblog says:

      I agree! But we also need to vigilant when outsiders tag team to push a BS narrative. Never heard of either and I have been on this site for over a year.

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  4. Mickie says:

    “press beating”. Lol! Sundance, you never fail to make me smile!😝

    Liked by 6 people

  5. BobBoxBody says:

    This, the concern trolling is ramping up. They know what’s coming. You can look in the background and see that the wheels are turning on Trump’s agenda. The Swamp knows it’s finished. At this point it’s just a matter of trying to get away without going to jail. The ones that keep fighting us are going to be ground up in the gears of justice.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    What part of Private-Private do you not understand?


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    • The part where the government provides the funding since the dems believe the government built it all and we cannot exist without the government.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        They just don’t understand it when your slap their hand and say get your hand out of my purse or pocket. That’s not your $$$. Capitalism will take care of itself if you let it. They’re not used to it.

        Job Fairs. It’s so simple. If nothing else, that is something they can do to get the ball rolling, but it really should be every local chambers goal. They often hold job fairs for their members.

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        • seabrznsun says:

          I’d also like to see a return of “shop” and “home economics” in high school, especially in smaller, rural areas. That seemed to do a lot of good in the small town in which I grew up.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            It is needed in ALL schools. Used to be it was also taught at home.

            I got home economics in grade school (K-7). My high school was 8-12 and they couldn’t even muster up a 2nd year of accounting for a self-learner. 2-4 years in various languages, no problem. I got an office clerical class (how to fle crap) to round out my senior year. You know, ABC, 123, the same as what I learned LONG BEFORE I ever went to Kindergarten

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          • yy4u says:

            Agreed but I believe girls should take shop one semester and home ec the next and boys vice versa. I wish I’d had to take some basic shop. Darned near flunked home ec. Hated the stuff.

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  7. Stanley says:

    The dishonest media in the USA are really unfair to POTUS of Donald Trump, he is doing his best to reduce unemployment in the USA but doesn’t get any credit from this vultures who call themselves reporter’s.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Stanley, remember they (Dems, socialists) depend on the unemployed — on welfare. These are their voters. Promise them more and more. These politicians will not change. They own the propaganda media.

      People with jobs, responsible, working for a living will boot them out of office.

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      • highdezertgator says:

        Gaggle of Nanny State Nincompoops

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      • Stanley says:


        You are right, the dumbocrats policies are not meant to lift people out poverty but to keep them dependent upon the government.
        Am not an American and I see the DUMBocratic party as an EVIL party that does not care about the economy, security, healthcare, veterans etc.

        You name whatever you think is important the dumbocratic politicians(and I didn’t misspell their name) don’t care, except if those policies enrich them and keep them in power.

        They and their foolish judges would rather put the lives of innocent people at risk than to fight radical Islamic terrorists with every weapon including extreme vetting.

        There is a saying a little leaven leavens the whole lump.
        The USA and president Donald j. Trump must do all the can to eradicate radical Islamic terrorists and ideology because once it spreads in USA, it would become extremely difficult to stop.

        Believe me I know what am talking about the northern part of my country (Nigeria) has become a dangerous place to live, it’s like playing Russian roulette with your life.

        I live in the eastern part and we are doing our best to make sure these demonic moronic fools don’t bring their Evil here.
        Pryomancer I hope you get this message I know I replied late.

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  8. TwoLaine says:

    I used to do this when I worked for a 3-county city chamber. I initiated it. Employers would hire anyone with a pulse. I matched them up with colleges, hiring services, etc. It’s what the chamber is about. I kept a current list that I readily handed out, as a benefit. I was commission only. Made a lot of membership sales, ad and sponsorship sales. Piece a cake!

    I got them involved. That’s when it works. 🙂

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  9. April, the race hustler, doing her best to turn apprenticeship programs into a dependency welfare program.

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  10. Stanley says:

    Alexander Acosta would be great labour secretary for the trump administration.


  11. Stanley says:

    April is a dishonest journalist, most of this reporter’s don’t care about Donald trump or America.

    All the care about is making the trump administration look bad.

    Liked by 11 people

  12. Bob Thoms says:

    Work study programs are terrific. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Art Architecture and Planning was one of the early pioneers.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. duchess01 says:

    Apprenticeship Programs – Corporations + Universities = Demand Met – not all low-paying jobs some apprentices make as much as 60K – all kinds of businesses use apprenticeship programs –

    Success based on outcomes not money spent – Private to Private Partnerships – participative hands-on role modeling – making opportunities across the board – for every industry – not just the trade industries – business – vast majority of apprentices are coming out of universities – the need is for a skilled workforce – bright spots – 600K new jobs – employment rate is lowest since 2001 – what we need to do is fix the skills gap – one of the challenges is the labor force participation – many Americans have dropped out of the labor force – the ‘forgotten’ ones – labor force growth needed –

    Demand-driven education – experience-based education = numerous new jobs – apply broadly across all industries – example: majoring in criminal justice – does not produce a police officer – participative education – experienced upon graduation – ‘exciting program’ – imho

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Don’t they have apprenticeship programs in the news field? I forget what they call it. Maybe it is interns. I don’t think they are paid, though.It seems like all the reporters should be familiar with it.

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    • Ohio hayseed says:

      Like your comment, and husband and I are so pleased with this initiative. Husband has been in construction management for more than 30 years. Any company offering a bid for a government contract (I.E. HUD) MUST hire union employees; no exception. And when those companies building HUD housing are required to hire residents, the unions scream that labor isn’t union-certified. Then OSHA steps in and cries that non-union employees are at risk. So many HUD contracts have been weighted to include payments to “employees,” paid to not work.
      Loving, loving,loving the Presidents initiative. Apprenticeship allows non-union labor to participate in union jobs, learn skills while earning a living. So very important to MAGA!!

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      • duchess01 says:

        Amen, Ohio! I agree – shuts many out if they do not belong to a union – however, not all companies require or hire union workers – some refuse to allow unions in to recruit as well –


        • Ohio hayseed says:

          Not all industries are union-centric, but construction, to my husbands 30-year experience, is. But I see President Trumps initiative to encourage apprenticeship as a most excellent and welcome sign: opportunities to acquire life-long job skills.

          Liked by 2 people

      • boogywstew says:

        I am a non union sub contractor who installs flooring in the Buffalo – Erie, PA area and it consistently floors me (pun intended) how many union people I work for who will brag about the benefits their union job provides. There are union flooring shops in the Buffalo and Erie areas but these customers are far and away interested in the lowest price, first, rather than patronize a store utilizing union labor. Many of these hypocrites drive vehicles covered in Democrat campaign stickers and I have to bite my tongue so as to not aggravate the stores that use my services. Here is one great chance for them to make the world a better place, according to libtard standards, and they pass and have the audacity to bring up politics and why I should vote Democrat. Unions are legalized extortion.

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  14. sundance says:

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  15. R-C says:

    This focus on vocational jobs and apprenticeships: THIS is yet another reason I enthusiastically voted for Mr. Trump, and it’s yet another reason that I STAND WITH TRUMP.

    Liked by 19 people

  16. napoleon32 says:

    God bless, flepore. The concern trolling has been on an unbelievable level since #ComeyDay. Since Comey’s testimony did nothing but implicate himself and Loretta Lynch in crimes, it’s been never ending “Rosenstein is a rat” or “Kushner and Ivanka are pulling the WH left” or “POTUS has no plan for the special counsel and is too stupid to know he’s a swamp dweller” or, most recently, “Kelly is useless and doesn’t make law by himself like the Obama DHS”.

    It’s repetitive and trite and only serves to divide, which is likely the purpose.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Also, non stop, unrealistic attacks on Jeff Sessions and calls to resign.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Bob Thoms says:

      Some here are too quick to call others “troll”…………..I can remember someone call NHVoter a troll for simply voicing a contra opinion…………smh.

      Liked by 3 people

      • napoleon32 says:

        That is a fair point. Incessantly harping on points for days/weeks at a time for the sole purpose of demoralizing people is trolling. A well thought out argument contrary to the consensus is not trolling, but rather healthy. NH was one of the most articulate posters here and not a troll in any way and I was glad to see her on Comey Day.

        Liked by 3 people

      • MaineCoon says:

        And many resort to name calling. I and many have resorted to taking a stand against the name calling. The bullying. Character assassinations. We should take a stand against such things when we see it.

        Liked by 1 person

  17. redlegleader68 says:

    Whose the black woman on the front row doing an imitation of April?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Bull Durham says:

    Notice that John Roberts asked a second question that enabled Spice to answer with a carefully written response on the Maryland emoluments law suit.

    This is a set procedure. Roberts did the question the WH wanted asked so they could get out an official response. Roberts’ role is to be useful. He is a inside asset when the WH wants one. They will slip him info first, ahead of others, and once and a while he’ll ask what they want asked.

    He has the credibility of being tough pro, so it all looks smooth. But everyone knows. It’s the way the WH press has always worked.

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  19. SandraOpines says:

    Acosta gained much more of my respect. Earning brownie points!

    Presstitutes asked even MORE stupid questions! Gee whiz, this stuff isn’t rocket science, I understand these things just fine, what the heck is wrong with these whack jobs…… they even have degrees……………

    Apparently presstitute is synonymous with IDIOT

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  20. blessdog says:

    awesome job today by Spicer – looks like they may have put a beat down on the deep state WH press corp behind the scenes…
    taking no questions from some of the more vicious one’s, and continuing the short format


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  21. not2worryluv says:

    Hope Sean is prepared to tell us why President Trump has agreed to take in 1,000 “Iranian Refugees” from Australia! I thought the President said NO WAY!

    Really disappointed that this Obama deal hasn’t been nixed.

    If there is a “trade” hope these refugees are sent to Costa Rica where the exchange refugees are now residing on our taxpayers dime!

    Why have a travel ban when we are letting this Iranians in with the President’s blessing?


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  22. Bull Durham says:

    Where are the listings of these 6 million jobs?

    I don’t doubt there are many jobs available.
    But are there listings or are these numbers like unemployment numbers and other government numbers?

    Where are the database listings?

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  23. JoD says:

    Excellent new format.
    Take up 1/2 of the briefing announcing exciting new policy initiatives. (Apprenticeships)
    This forces the cable news channels to cover it while they sharpen their knives for Sean.
    Sean gives scripted answers to scripted questions.
    Thank you and good-bye!
    Mass unrest in the presspool, which rhymes with cesspool
    Very Spicey!!

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  24. conservalicious says:

    John Gizzi getting ready to ask his Question, haha!

    Liked by 9 people

  25. dianeax says:

    Press beating. 😂😂😂

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Anne says:

    Secret Service Has No Audio or Transcripts of Any Tapes Made in Trump White House

    The U.S. Secret Service has no audio copies or transcripts of any tapes recorded within President Donald Trump’s White House, the agency said on Monday.

    The agency’s response to a freedom of information request submitted by The Wall Street Journal doesn’t exclude the possibility that recordings could have been created by another entity.

    The Secret Service handled recording systems within the White House for past presidents, including presidents Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy.

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  27. JoD says:

    The Two Acostas
    Alexander Acosta, US Secretary of Labor discusses an interesting new Corporate Apprenticeship-Work-Training Initiative, while Jimmy Acosta plays with his neck tie.

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  28. rgnsc says:

    Does anyone know what kind of news outlet “axios” is? Cernovich posted a tweet linking to a story in axios saying WH is facing “base erosion”. Also, i read that HR McMaster has hired a close friend of susan rice. I don’t know what to believe some days about the goings on in the WH. Who is loyal, who isn’t.

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  29. rgnsc says:

    OK. thanks very much for information about axios. Won’t waste my time going there.
    left Drudge awhile back.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Anne says:

      I don’t understand Drudge anymore. He is likely the most important source of trafic to the Fake News media.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ALEX says:

        Take the Drudge test. I haven’t clicked on him since February. It’s refreshing. The campaign is over and yes, he is the greatest aggregator of Fake News in history. You learn nothing. Find other sources and enjoy this wonderful presidency….

        Liked by 4 people

        • Stringy theory says:

          Yea, I dumped zDrudge too and have no regrets.


        • Linda says:

          I’ve dumped Drudge and Breitbart both. I just come here and go to Gateway Pundit for news. I use Facebook to follow POTUS and a couple others. That’s it. And yet I seem to know more than all these dimwits at the fake news.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          You know you’re kinda right, Alex. I go there once or twice a day, but just to read headlines. If I see something interesting, I do as I learned HERE how to do–I hover my cursor over the headline and discover the link is some site I refuse to patronize like WaPo, NYT, HuffPo, Slate, Salon, Politco, Axios, NYDN, and so on and so forth. So I never actually click. Next step is to quit going to Drudge at all, since I never learn anything just read salacious headlines.

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    • CITIZEN FREE PRESS is replacing the Drudge “your fathers followed”:
      Better content.
      Less filtering effort required.
      Comment feature.

      Liked by 1 person

  30. highdezertgator says:

    Re-group, re-train, re-invent…. the jobs of today and tomorrow do not require a degree in 1800’s French Literature!

    Excerpt from “The Second Machine Age” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee

    Click to access SecondMachineAge_Ch1.pdf

    “Technological progress is going to leave behind some people, perhaps even a lot of people, as it races ahead. As we’ll demonstrate, there’s never been a better time to be a worker with
    special skills or the right education, because these people can use technology to create and capture value. However, there’s never been a worse time to be a worker with only ‘ordinary’ skills and abilities to offer, because computers, robots, and other digital technologies are
    acquiring these skills and abilities at an extraordinary rate.”

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    • Nigella says:

      Exactly… This is why I like Mike Rowe…He’s all into actual jobs skills…. not a degree in Gender Studies…

      Liked by 4 people

      • highdezertgator says:

        Gator more interested in “gander” studies as in their “goose is cooked” or the goose got to close to the log in the water (that be Gator lying in wait… snap..gulp!)

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        • thluckyone says:

          Oh, THANK YOU, highdezertgator! LOL! “weeellll, I wonder where the nasty swamp-critters went to?!?! Even critters get eat’ in the swamp-critter bayou!!” heh HAH!

          About 45 minutes south-east of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Lived a cat named Prez-dent Trump and his pretty wife Melania! ‘N they raised up a throng that could eat swamp critters like groceries! (Named ’em after the heroes of song; called ’em “Deplor-AH-blezzzz”).

          Oh, Gator! I wish Jerry were still living! The Claw would be one of US! THANKS, again!


  31. Those of you that fed up with Drudge check out Citizen Free Press at : I think you will like it. Give them a click.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Citizen Free Press says:

    Thanks for the positive mention. I just posted a pretty big breaking story on Loretta Lynch from Sara Carter. The Comey-Lynch plot thickens.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. This was a great presser until the last 10 minutes when the ring leaders of the attack squad commandeered the conference and wasted America’s time. Those agitator’s should be excluded from future conferences.


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