White House press secretary Sean Spicer got into a heated exchange Monday with CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta over the administration's lack of televised press briefings. 'Some of these reporters are more interested in their...Show More Summary
At Monday’s audio-only and photos-only White House press briefing, CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta continued to make a fool out of himself, melting down and screaming at press secretary Sean Spicer over the current set-up for briefings. Acosta first interrupted after a female reporter didn’t get her question answered. Show More Summary
On Sunday's AM Joy on MSNBC, just days after dehumanizing House Speaker Paul Ryan as a "monster," MSNBC political analyst and The Nation correspondent Joan Walsh was spewing more venom at the Wisconsin Republican as she described him...Show More Summary
Will Ferrell, who clearly knows something about comedic take-downs, thinks that President Trump missed a big opening by not attending the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner this year. The former “SNL”-er said he wanted to tell Trump, who many people think ducked the dinner because he couldn’t stand to be roasted, per the dinner’s traditions, […]
The “Daily Show” correspondent on hosting the White House correspondents’ dinner, being abandoned by Jon Stewart and continuing to learn from high school.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday dismissed criticism of the Trump administration's increasing lack of on-camera press briefings. Asked about CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's criticism of the reduced numberShow More Summary
The CNN senior media correspondent went on to play various clips of the show's hosts parroting White House talking points about Russian collusion, special counsel Robert Mueller, and the mainstream media.
Forget red state vs. blue state. Now the line of separation runs between those who prefer facts to fantasy. In Stephen Colbert’s epic performance at the 2006 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner he ironically stated that “Reality has a well-known liberal bias.” During the George W. Show More Summary
Ever since his White House Correspondents’ Dinner performance in 2011, we’ve known that Seth Meyers was highly capable of zinging one Donald J. Trump, and zinging him hard. His “A Closer Look” segments have only bolstered that impression. Show More Summary
"We are not satisfied with the current state-of-play," writes Jeff Mason in a letter to association members.
The group’s president, Jeff Mason of Reuters, met with Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, on Thursday to discuss the issue to no avail.
The president of the White House Correspondents' Association on Friday urged the Trump administration to stop holding off-camera gaggles as a substitute for on-camera press briefings, the group said in a statement Friday. "We are not...Show More Summary
Peter Baker, The Times’s chief White House correspondent, and Catherine Porter, our Toronto bureau chief, interviewed Prime Minister Trudeau on Thursday, June 22.
The ratings success of the White House’s on-camera press briefings are turning some White House correspondents into attention seekers hoping to become YouTube stars, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer complained Wednesday. President...Show More Summary
CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN to discuss the how the Trump administration plans to address North Korea after the death of American student Otto Warmbier.
CNN’s White House correspondent is getting testy: Make no mistake about what we are all witnessing. This is a WH that is stonewalling the news media. Hiding behind no camera/no audio gaggles — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) June 19, 2017 Call me old fashioned but I think the White House of the United States of America […]
A little over a week before Trump's inauguration, CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta had a featured role during a January presser that at the time was Trump's first in 167 days. Coming the day after CNN had described the existence of a report claiming that Russia had compromising information on Trump, a report...
TV news outlets celebrated word that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer would hold an on-camera press briefing on Tuesday. But Melissa McCarthy may be out of a gig – word is the media won’t have Spicer to kick around much longer. Show More Summary
CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta did not hold back after being denied the use of camera and audio equipment to record statements by Sean Spicer at a press briefing Monday. According to Mediaite, the reporter hopped on social media to air his frustration, tweeting that the White House should...
CNN correspondent Jim Acosta blasted the White House on Monday for holding an off-camera press conference that news outlets were not permitted to record. 'You know it exists': CNN's Chris Cuomo battles Trump attorney over claim the president...Show More Summary