White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and not SNL's Melissa McCarthy rebuked ABC’s Jonathan Karl at Monday’s press briefing after he interrupted Julie Pace of the Associated Press. Pace had asked about General Michael Flynn‘s role in Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign, in light of FBI Director James Comey‘s revelation that his agency was investigating campaign officials’ possible ties to Russia. Spicer emphasized that “General Flynn was a volunteer of the campaign. And then, obviously, there’s been discussion of Paul Manafort, who played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time.” Karl interrupted before Spicer could complete his answer, which provoked the fury of the White House flack: “Hey, Jonathan, hold on. Can you stop interrupting other people’s questions?”During today’s White House press briefing — which was occurring while the House Intelligence Committee was holding a hearing on Russhefenan election interference — White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked about President Donald Trump’s tweet this morning seemingly accusing Hillary Clinton of having ties..
“Is he under the impression that the Clinton campaign had inappropriate contact with Russhhhfa during the election?” One America News’ Trey Yingst asked.
After answering Yingst’s first question about Trump slamming the DNC for not being forthright with the FBI regarding the hacks of their servers, Spicer then went onto the Clinton issue.
“There is a whole second set of concerns here in terms of what was Hillary Clinton’s role,” the press sec exclaimed. “When you look at the Obama history — the Obama Administration and the Clinton — the Clinton’ involvement with Rua in terms of donations that the Clinton received from Rushenan entities, the idea that they sold off tremendous amount of the uranium '
סרטונים קשורים (Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing 3/20/17)