Sean Spicer might be leaving White House podium

Sean Spicer


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is set to take on a new role overseeing communications for the Trump administration, Fox Business reported on Monday. "As he did in the beginning, Sean Spicer is managing both the communications and press office", administration officials said.

The White House has been looking at ways to improve on this front. Spicer has served as press secretary since January when President Donald Trump was sworn into office. "You know, if he can't come out and answer the questions and they're just not going to do this on-camera or audio, why are we even having these briefings or these gaggles in the first place?"

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The CNN reporter said he would like to ask Spicer if he is holding conversations with the president about issues like climate change, but that such interactions would not be on camera of recorded due to the White House's "stonewalling". Comey has said, "Lordy, I hope there are tapes". It just doesn't make any sense to me. Deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who has frequently filled in for Spicer, has told people that she doesn't want the job of press secretary, according to a source close to her.

The president and top White House aides have reportedly criticized Spicer for his response to several high-profile incidents, including Trump's firing of James Comey as FBI director and an investigation into leakers within the communications staff, but Spicer is still considered one of the president's greatest assets. In subsequent months, he would see the statements he made at the White House podium contradicted by the President - raising questions about the administration's credibility and Spicer's ability to speak for Trump with confidence. "If they can't give us the answers to the questions on camera or where we can record the audio, they are basically pointless at this point".

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"This isn't how we do things in this country but for whatever reason we're all going along with it", Acosta said.

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