White House Press Secretary offers freaky explanation for meaning of 'covfefe'

A majority of 53% said Pence does more to help the President - just 29% said he does more harm when he speaks on behalf of Trump. Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is bring considered to play a role, and has been spotted at the White House on several occasions over the past week.

Deferring all questions on an investigative matter is not unprecedented. When questioned about any possible shake up, the spokesman answered that the president is happy with his existing team. Special counsel Lanny Davis handled those.

"I predict this won't last long". "When you have a president who is not as soft and sweet as maybe the Europeans and more rough and tumble and American style, they don't take kindly to it".

On Wednesday, the whole world literally understood and admitted why the language is actually amusing, courtesy US President Donald Trump. It is anticipated that he will shake up his existing coterie post tackling the firestorm concerning alleged meddling by Russian Federation during his 2016 presidential campaign. The post has since been deleted, but it stayed online for approximately six hours.

As expected, Sean Spicer's explanation for Donald Trump's viral "covfefe" tweet is truly something else.

"The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant", Spicer told reporters during a press briefing when asked about the tweet.

Pressed for clarification, the press secretary did not respond, much to the chagrin of a befuddled press corps. The White House said at the time that Mr Obama was permitted to keep his BlackBerry through a compromise which allowed him to stay in touch with senior White House staffers and a small group of personal friends.

A top communications aide to President Donald Trump has resigned, in what many inside and outside the White House see as the first shoe to drop before a wider overhaul.

The administration alternatively used the terms "gaggle" and "pen and pad session" for Wednesday's briefing, saying audio could be recorded but could not be aired live or streamed. "We ignored him", said Bierbauer, a former CNN correspondent. These includes fewer briefings by Spicer in front of the camera.

He singled out Germany for particular criticism, assailing its trade policies in one session as "very bad" and vowing to cut German vehicle imports to the USA, and he was the lone dissenter from the Group of Seven's reiteration of support for the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

  • Jon Douglas