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 white house blocks cnn new york times others from attending briefing
white house blocks cnn, new york times, others from attending briefing

Several major news outlets found themselves blocked from attending a White House briefing with press secretary Sean Spicer in the latest sign of worsening relations between the Trump administration and the media attempting to cover it.The New York Times, CNN, the Los Angeles Times and Politico were among the news organisations prevented from attending on Friday, according to posts by reporters from those outlets on Twitter, as were several foreign news organisations. The Associated Press and Time declined to take part. The White House was said to have invited press organisations to the event.
Several news outlets were blocked from attending a briefing with press secretary Sean Spicer. Photo: APThe three major broadcast networks - CBS, ABC, and NBC - were invited to the briefing, as were

cnn, ny times, politico barred from white house briefing

Several major media outlets have been frozen out of a briefing from White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Several major news outlets found themselves blocked from attending a White House briefing with press secretary Sean Spicer in the latest sign of worsening relations between the Trump administration and the media attempting to cover it.The New York Times, CNN, the Los Angeles Times and Politico were among the news organisations prevented from attending on Friday, according to posts by reporters from those outlets on Twitter, as were several foreign news organisations.The Associated Press and Time declined to take part. The White House was said to have invited press organisations to the event.The three major broadcast networks - CBS, ABC, and NBC - were invited to the briefing, as wer

cnn, ny times, politico barred from white house briefing

Several major media outlets have been frozen out of a briefing from White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Several major news outlets found themselves blocked from attending a White House briefing with press secretary Sean Spicer in the latest sign of worsening relations between the Trump administration and the media attempting to cover it.The New York Times, CNN, the Los Angeles Times and Politico were among the news organisations prevented from attending on Friday, according to posts by reporters from those outlets on Twitter, as were several foreign news organisations.The Associated Press and Time declined to take part. The White House was said to have invited press organisations to the event.The three major broadcast networks - CBS, ABC, and NBC - were invited to the briefing, as wer

presstv-media groups condemn white house exclusion

Some US news organizations have reacted angrily after the White House barred several news outlets from attending a press briefing on Friday, while some media groups refused to attend the briefing.The bar came hours after US President Donald Trump delivered another attack on the media, saying some news organizations were spreading "fake news" and were the "enemy of the people."White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the move was based on Trump’s displeasure with some media reports.The US president has come under fire by news outlets for his controversial policies, particularly his executive orders and his advisors’ alleged contacts with Russia.The New York Times, which was one of the news organizations excluded from the press briefing, said the move was a “petty decision” and “an unmis

cnn, ny times, buzzfeed barred from white house briefings

Several media outlets have hit back after being excluded from a press briefing by White House press secretary Sean Spicer. The White House has excluded several major US news organisations, including some it has openly criticised, from an off-camera briefing held by White House press secretary Sean Spicer, representatives of the organisations say.Reporters for CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Los Angeles Times and BuzzFeed were blocked from the session on Friday.Spicer's off-camera briefing, or "gaggle," replaced the usual televised daily news briefing on Friday in the White House briefing room. He did not say why those particular news organisations were excluded, a decision which drew strong protests.Reuters was included in the session, along with about 10 other news organisations, i

cnn, ny times, buzzfeed barred from white house briefings

Several media outlets have hit back after being excluded from a press briefing by White House press secretary Sean Spicer. The White House has excluded several major US news organisations, including some it has openly criticised, from an off-camera briefing held by White House press secretary Sean Spicer, representatives of the organisations say.Reporters for CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Los Angeles Times and BuzzFeed were blocked from the session on Friday.Spicer's off-camera briefing, or "gaggle," replaced the usual televised daily news briefing on Friday in the White House briefing room. He did not say why those particular news organisations were excluded, a decision which drew strong protests.Reuters was included in the session, along with about 10 other news organisations, i

white house blocks cnn, nyt, la times, others from media briefing

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white house bars cnn, nyt, la times, buzzfeed, and others from briefing

The White House excluded several major U.S. news organizations, including some it has criticized, from an off-camera briefing held by the White House press secretary on Friday.Reporters for CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Los Angeles Times and BuzzFeed were not allowed into the session in the office of press secretary Sean Spicer.Spicer's off-camera briefing, or "gaggle," replaced the usual televised daily news briefing in the White House briefing room. He did not say why those particular news organizations were excluded, a decision which drew strong protests.Reuters was included in the session, along with about 10 other news organizations, including Bloomberg and CBS.President Donald Trump has regularly attacked the media and at a gathering of conservative activists on Friday he cr

white house bars certain news outlets from daily briefing

Hours after President Trump told conservative activists Friday that he planned to "do something" about unfair press coverage, the White House broke with tradition by limiting access to the daily briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer.Reporters for CNN, Politico, the New York Times and other outlets were barred from entry to an off-camera but usually on-the-record briefing, called a gaggle, in Spicer's office. The daily briefing is normally open to all credentialed reporters when the President is not traveling, whether the event happens on-camera in the White House Briefing Room or off-camera elsewhere.The White House Correspondents' Association, a group that represents credentialed reporters, promptly denounced the move. "The WHCA board is protesting strongly against how today's gaggle is

trump says won't attend white house correspondents' dinner

US President Donald Trump has announced that he will not attend the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, a high-profile event that draws celebrities, politicians and journalists. "I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!", Trump wrote on Twitter.Trump has had a strained relationship with the press calling journalists "the enemy of the people" and frequently criticizing outlets and individual reporters whose coverage he does not like.The annual dinner will be held on April 29 in Washington.Related readingUS Democrats pick Tom Perez to lead party against Trump, RepublicansUS Democrats elected former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as chairman on Saturday, choosing a veteran of the Obam

trump says won't attend white house correspondents' dinner

US President Donald Trump has announced that he will not attend the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, a high-profile event that draws celebrities, politicians and journalists. "I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!", Trump wrote on Twitter.Trump has had a strained relationship with the press calling journalists "the enemy of the people" and frequently criticizing outlets and individual reporters whose coverage he does not like.The annual dinner will be held on April 29 in Washington.Related readingUS Democrats pick Tom Perez to lead party against Trump, RepublicansUS Democrats elected former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as chairman on Saturday, choosing a veteran of the Obam

trump says won't attend white house correspondents' dinner

US President Donald Trump has announced that he will not attend the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, a high-profile event that draws celebrities, politicians and journalists. "I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!", Trump wrote on Twitter.Trump has had a strained relationship with the press calling journalists "the enemy of the people" and frequently criticizing outlets and individual reporters whose coverage he does not like.The annual dinner will be held on April 29 in Washington.Related readingUS Democrats pick Tom Perez to lead party against Trump, RepublicansUS Democrats elected former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as chairman on Saturday, choosing a veteran of the Obam

whca president: press briefing exclusions not 'justifiable’

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fmr. ny times editor reacts to press briefing exclusion

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trump to skip white house correspondents' dinner amidst tiff with media

Donald Trump today announced that he would skip the glitzy White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) annual dinner, to become the first US President to miss the gala in decades amidst his raging tiff with the media."I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!," Trump tweeted.The black-tie dinner, which raises money for journalism scholarships, takes place every spring and is usually attended by the president, journalists, celebrities and Washington insiders.The last president to miss the dinner was Ronald Reagan, who sat out because he was he recovering from an assassination attempt in 1981, although he still delivered remarks by phone, CNN reported.According to National Public Radio (NPR), R

whca president: press briefing exclusions not 'justifiable’

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le « new york times » et cnn exclus d’un briefing du porte-parole de la maison b

Plusieurs médias américains, parmi lesquels le « New York Times », CNN ou Politico, n’ont pas été conviés à un briefing organisé vendredi dans le bureau de Sean Spicer, porte-parole de Donald Trump.Plusieurs médias américains, parmi lesquels le New York Times, CNN ou Politico, n’ont pas été conviés à un briefing du porte-parole de la Maison Blanche, Sean Spicer, organisé exceptionnellement dans son bureau, vendredi 24 février. Les briefings quotidiens de M. Spicer se tiennent ordinairement dans la salle de presse James Brady, face aux caméras.En revanche, des médias favorables au nouveau président américain, tels que Breitbart News ou le Washington Times ont été conviés à pénétrer dans la salle. Plusieurs organisations qui couvrent régulièrement la Maison Blanche, comme les agences Reuters

le « new york times » et cnn exclus d’un briefing du porte-parole de la maison b

Plusieurs médias américains, parmi lesquels le « New York Times », CNN ou Politico, n’ont pas été conviés à un briefing organisé vendredi dans le bureau de Sean Spicer, porte-parole de Donald Trump.Plusieurs médias américains, parmi lesquels le New York Times, CNN ou Politico, n’ont pas été conviés à un briefing du porte-parole de la Maison Blanche, Sean Spicer, organisé exceptionnellement dans son bureau, vendredi 24 février. Les briefings quotidiens de M. Spicer se tiennent ordinairement dans la salle de presse James Brady, face aux caméras.En revanche, des médias favorables au nouveau président américain, tels que Breitbart News ou le Washington Times ont été conviés à pénétrer dans la salle. Plusieurs organisations qui couvrent régulièrement la Maison Blanche, telles les agences Reuter

donald trump travel ban: white house praises rollout

White House senior advisor Kellyanne Conway delivers a television interview outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington on March 6, 2017. Jonathan Ernst—ReutersPresident Donald Trump's new travel ban may still be generating controversy. But that's a win for the White House because this time there is no chaos.The presidential do-over, signed Monday morning, is designed to answer many of the legal and policy challenges raised by the initial ban, which was signed just days into Trump's presidency, was drafted with almost no input and announced with little warning to Cabinet agencies, members of Congress, and the American public. The initial order has been put on hold for nearly a month by a federal appeals court, and will be superseded by the new one."I think you're seeing by all a

donald trump travel ban: white house praises rollout

U.S. President Donald Trump applauds during a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017.  Jim Lo Scalzo/Pool via BloombergBloomberg—Bloomberg via Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump's new travel ban may still be generating controversy. But that's a win for the White House because this time there is no chaos.The presidential do-over, signed Monday morning, is designed to answer many of the legal and policy challenges raised by the initial ban, which was signed just days into Trump's presidency, was drafted with almost no input and announced with little warning to Cabinet agencies, members of Congress, and the American public. The initial order has been put on hold for nearly a month by a federal appeals court, and will be superseded by the new one."I thin

white house stands by president trump's wiretap claim

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at the White House March 16, 2017 in Washington, DC.  Chip Somodevilla—Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The White House on Thursday stood by President Donald Trump's unproven accusations that his predecessor wiretapped his New York skyscraper, despite growing bipartisan agreement that there's no evidence to back up the claim and mounting pressure to retract the statement.Angrily defending the president's statement, White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters Trump "stands by" the four tweets that sparked a firestorm that has threatened Trump's credibility with lawmakers. Spicer denounced reporters for taking the president's words too literally and suggested lawmakers were basing their assessments on incomplete information.Spicer's comments were a rebu

'enemy of the people:' white house bars reporters from briefing

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fbi broke rules talking to the white house about russia

FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe may have violated multiple existing Justice Department rules controlling contacts between the bureau and White House officials when they spoke earlier this month with White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus about their ongoing investigation into Russia’s influence operation against the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to several former senior Justice Department officials.The first questionable contact came when McCabe spoke with Priebus for five minutes after a 7:30 a.m. meeting at the White House on Feb. 15 on an unrelated intelligence issue. The day before, the New York Times had reported that Trump’s campaign and other Trump associates had multiple contacts with known agents of Russian intelligence in the year before

trump wiretap: white house stands by claim

(WASHINGTON) — The White House on Thursday stood by President Donald Trump's unproven accusations that his predecessor wiretapped his New York skyscraper, despite growing bipartisan agreement that there's no evidence to back up the claim and mounting pressure to retract the statement.Angrily defending the president's statement, White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters Trump "stands by" the four tweets that sparked a firestorm that has threatened Trump's credibility with lawmakers. Spicer denounced reporters for taking the president's words too literally and suggested lawmakers were basing their assessments on incomplete information.Spicer's comments were a rebuttal to the top two members of the Senate intelligence committee, who released a statement earlier Thursday declaring there

presstv-‘no prosecutor needed for russia probe’

The White House directly dismisses calls for appointment of a special prosecutor to probe alleged attempts by Russia to meddle in the 2016 election, which made Donald Trump the US president.During a Monday briefing in Washington, White House press secretary Sean Spicer rejected remarks by Republican House Representative Darrell Issa, who recently said that a special prosecutor is necessary in matters related to Trump instead of his attorney general, Jeff Sessions (pictured below).Spicer answered a question by an ABC reporter with another question.“I guess my question would be: A special prosecutor for what?” the White House spokesman said. “We have now for six months have heard story after story about unnamed sources say the same thing over and over again and nothing has come of it.”He add

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