Sean Spicer angrily confronted by CNN reporter during tense off-camera press briefing
A CNN reporter has argued with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer over the West Wingâ€™s decision to bar cameras from broadcasting the daily press briefings. Jim Acosta, the White House correspondent for the cable news network, challenged Mr Spicer after the White House representative admonished the reporter while he was trying to ask a question on healthcare. â€œThereâ€™s no camera on, Jimâ€�, Mr Spicer said .
24 February, 2017 White House bars major media outlets from a press briefing On Friday, Feb. 24, reporters from CNN, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and Politico were not allowed to attend an informal White House press briefing in the office of the press secretary, Sean Spicer. The White House defended the decision in a statement and said, “We […]
24 June, 2017 CNN uses sketch artist at no-camera White House briefing US media went back to the past on Friday to cover the daily White House press briefing, after President Donald Trump's administration banned cameras from the event. Cable news channel CNN sent sketch artist Bill Hennessy to the famous West Wing press ...