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White House Makes Significant Changes To Briefing Room Seating Plan

The White House Correspondents’ Association unveiled the new seating chart for the White House briefing room yesterday, making significant changes to the current placement of news organizations for Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s briefings. This is the first time that the White House briefing room’s seating chart has been adjusted since 2015. According to Politico, right-leaning news outlets have been awarded more seats in the brief room in the recent revision, including seats for conservative television networks Newsmax and One America News, plus the right-wing British tabloid, the Daily Mail.
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