Sean Spicer Was 'Among' the Bushes, Not Hiding 'In' Them

Pierre Vaugeois
Mai 15, 2017

The sketch opened with Sarah Huckabee Sanders taking the podium, who was filling in for Spicer because he was fulfilling his Naval Reserve duty.

"Nothing is decided, but the president has really turned his opinion on Sean", one official told a prospective candidate for the administration, the candidate said.

Trump is "frustrated, and angry at everyone", one source told Axios, and said that the president is also upset with Cabinet officials, like commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, attorney general Jeff Sessions, and health and human services secretary Tom Price. Sanders denied this and said Spicer was just doing a naval exercise to blend in with his surroundings.

If not, he'd best remain quiet because "I think it's my turn now".

After the Washington Post published a story claiming Spicer was hiding "in" the bushes, someone (presumably Spicer) demanded the paper clarify that he wasn't "in" the bushes, he was "among" the bushes.

"This story has been updated to more precisely describe White House press secretary Sean Spicer's location late Tuesday night in the minutes before he briefed reporters".

"I don't see that as a conflict of interest", Sanders said, citing "several legal scholars" she did not name, who she said had spoken on the subject after NBC broadcast the interview.

Spicer is not scheduled to address reporters at all for the remainder of the week.

"I know I'm not under investigation", Trump added. This man has served for many years, he's a general, he's in my opinion a very good person. Trump assured he would never do that, and then embraces his press secretary for a lengthy kiss. But the president's criteria for what he wants in a press secretary may be more limited - as CNN has previously reported, Trump watches the briefing nearly daily.

"Just turn the lights off", he said, according to the Washington Post's account of his impromptu briefing, asking that he not be filmed. The source said Spicer returned to the White House Wednesday night, and likely will again on Thursday. "Turn the lights off".

"So the Justice Department should change their protocol?".

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