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Scott Adams Asks "Is It Time To End Presidential Press Briefings?"

Authored by Dilbert Creator Scott Adams, Personally, I enjoy watching Sean Spicer spar with the press. It’s good entertainment. But press briefings don’t make sense in 2017. And they certainly don’t make sense for a Trump presidency. I’ll tell you why. The role of press briefings is to create two complementary illusions. The first illusion is that the administration is providing new and useful information.
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