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CNN’s Jim Acosta may have been the most vocal this week about the White House communications team’s decision to curtail press briefings, including mandating that audio and/or video not be used. But he’s not alone.
On Thursday, White House Correspondents’ Association president Jeff Mason met with press secretary Sean Spicer and deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to discuss the issue.
Moving forward… today’s latest update is HERE –
BTW, across the board, there is no uniform way of introducing Sarah Sanders – we hear her introduced simply as Sarah Sanders and also with the family name – Huckabee – added –
We checked with a few News & Program Directors and the majority favor the two word version and ignore Huckabee. Why? Most believe it’s an easy way for her to tread on her father’s political and media background work and she should develop her own standing in the media world. So far it seems to be an uphill battle…
For anyone missing the Jim Acosta/TV Newser story with plenty of Tweets – a sample –
CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta has engaged in his fair share of battles with the Trump administration over the first six months, far more than any other member of the White House press corps.
In recent days, the veteran DC journalist has become increasingly irritated by what he believes is a severe lack of transparency coming from Sean Spicer and this White House, recently comparing covering the administration to “Bad reality TV.”
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