White House spokesman Sean Spicer quickly put an obnoxious reporter in his place on Monday when he began to interrupt a press briefing.
The Washington Free Beacon reported: Spicer was answering a question on President Donald Trump’s campaign having alleged ties to Russian officials when multiple reporters tried to ask a follow-up question.
“And then obviously there’s been discussion of Paul Manafort, who played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time, but beyond–” Spicer said before ABC’s Jonathan Karl tried to ask a question.
Spicer would not grant him the question.
“Hey, Jonathan, hold on,” he said. “Can you stop interrupting other people’s questions?”
Karl continued trying to ask his question.
“Hey, Jonathan, somebody’s asking a question,” Spicer said.
“It’s not your press briefing,” he continued. “Julie’s asking a question. Please calm down.”
Can you imagine what would have happened if this was still Barack Obama’s Presidency?
That guy would have lost his White House press credentials and would have been booed by the entire room.
Luckily President Trump supports the first amendment even though it gives rights to the fake news media who use it to lie and distort reality.
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