Trump White House Website Addresses Law Enforcement and the Second Amendment
- Author: Delores Daniels Jan 27, 2017,
Jan 27, 2017, 0:08
It's "an opportunity to expand the aperture of the press corps a little bit and use technology to give opportunity to deserving news organizations", he said.
"Yes, I believe we have to be honest with the American people".
"Our intention is never to lie to you".
"When we're right, say we're right. And in return, we're negotiating at the lowest common denominator", he said. "The default narrative is always negative, and it's demoralizing".
In light of his inaugural address, we want to know: President Trump, how does your clamp down on government communications square with your priority of returning the government to the people?
It started with the president's speech at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, where he attempted to mend his relationship with the intelligence community not with an apology but by blaming the news media.
The figures are significantly lower than those from the 2009 and 2013 Inaugurations of President Barack Obama; 1.1 million trips in 2009 and 782,000 in 2013, according to Metro.
"The White House has not issued a statement", Spicer said in a tweet with a link to the alleged White House statement on Women's March that has bene doing the rounds on the social media. He was attacked from all sides for the five-minute statement.
Voting officials across the country have said there is virtually no evidence of people voting illegally, and certainly not millions of them.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Monday that starting later this week, his daily press briefings will include four "Skype" seats for reporters who are not in Washington, D.C.
"On this matter of crowd size, I think it is a symbol for the unfair and incomplete treatment that this president often receives", Conway told Chuck Todd on MSNBC's "Meet The Press". "The facts are, sometimes when you look at a situation, in the same way that you can look at a weather report".
"I'm sorry", Conway said, as Camerota repeated her question.
Spicer answered a wide range of questions, from the administration's plans regarding Obamacare and fighting Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS/ISIL) to no longer participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. "This is now the White House lying to the American people".
In response to reports that US investigators were scrutinising calls late last month between Mike Flynn, Mr Trump's national security adviser, and Russia's ambassador to the US as part of a counterintelligence investigation of Russian activities in the US, Mr Spicer said that there were two calls.