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Trump falls from great media candidate to inept media president - Baltimore Sun

How did Donald Trump go from being one of the most effective media candidates in modern history to one of the most inept media presidents? Could it be that Twitter is great for getting elected, but a disaster for governing? Those are the questions ...and more »

For April Ryan, Clashes With the White House Bring a New Kind of Prominence - New York Times

WASHINGTON — By the time April D. Ryan left the White House briefing room on Tuesday, she was already making headlines: on live television, President Trump's press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, had cut off her questions to chastise her for what he deemed ...and more »

Could The News Media Stage An Intervention For Sean Spicer? - Forbes

Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol had never seen one of White House press secretary Sean Spicer's daily briefings, at least until Friday, when Kristol was at MSNBC just as Spicer's combative back-and-forth with reporters aired live. His conclusion?and more »

No, It Wasn't 'Racist' or 'Sexist' for Sean Spicer to Tell a Reporter to Stop Shaking Her Head - National Review

People are accusing White House press secretary Sean Spicer of being “racist” and “sexist” for telling a reporter to stop shaking her head — because the reporter was black and female, and apparently any criticism of anyone with these attributes ...and more »

April Ryan finds herself in the Trump spotlight - The Hill

April Ryan says the press is under attack from the Trump administration and she's doing all she can to defend it. The veteran White House correspondent made headlines this week after she squabbled with White House press secretary Sean Spicer during the ...and more »

Trump's relationship with the press is one big April (as in Ryan) fool's joke - Daily Kos

As with all things having to do with Donald Trump over the last two years, we have come to expect many things that make absolutely no sense—with some registering vague amusement and others seemingly downright insane. One of the more baffling and ...and more »

Bill Kristol is stunned by Sean Spicer's 'non-stop dishonesty and irresponsibility' - The Week Magazine

After long avoiding watching White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's daily press briefings, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol was appalled when he finally tuned in Friday: I've avoided watching Sean Spicer briefings, but am at MSNBC watching this one.and more »