Also Jim Hoft, Stupidest Man On The Internet, will now be an official White House Correspondent.
The media columnist Jim Rutenberg and the White House correspondent Peter Baker on the Trump administration and the media challenges it poses.
Correspondent changes at NBC/MSNBC.
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Besides explaining how the WHCA would find it "inappropriate" for the press to be moved out of the West Wing and lose immediate access to senior officials, Mason also addressed the possibility of Spicer throwing out reporters from a briefing or press conference, stating that the WHCA "would object" to these actions.
The organization also "made clear that the WHCA would object, always, to a reporter being thrown out of a briefing or press conference"
White House Correspondents' Association objects to 'any move that would shield the president and his advisers from the scrutiny of an on-site White House press corps.'
Some pushback from the press. The post White House Correspondents Not Happy About Possibly Being Evicted From the White House appeared first on RedState.
The overnight report by Esquire magazine that the incoming Trump administration is "seriously considering" a plan to evict the press corps from the White House prompted a frenzied response by the White House Correspondents Association, and led to a scramble among Washington's press elite to demand if this report was accurate. Show More Summary
In this podcast, White House correspondent Michael D. Shear considers President Obama’s leave-taking, farewell speech, and post-presidential plans.
Journalists stick together! During Wednesday's press conference, Donald Trump acted more like a whiny, stubborn, man-child than the future Commander-In-Chief when he slammed CNN's Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, saying he...Show More Summary
The most confrontational moment of Donald Trump’s first press conference in 168 days featured the President-elect pointing his finger at a CNN reporter and declaring, “You are fake news.” CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta...Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump attacked a news reporter during his first press conference since being elected. He refused to take a question from CNN's senior White House correspondent and called the organization "fake news." Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Tom Brokaw, NBC News special correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about President Barack Obama's farewell speech and Obama's presidency in the context of...
Jodi Kantor, correspondent for The New York Times and author of "The Obamas," talks with Rachel Maddow about how President Obama is using his lame duck time,...
President Obama’s “anger translator” was one of the funniest bits to ever come out of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and creators Key and Peele brought it back just in time for Donald Trump’s presidency. Appearing on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah this week,...
The White House has unveiled new sanctions against Russia as retaliation for a serious of cyber attacks during the presidential campaign. Former CBS News Moscow bureau chief Beth Knobel and CBS Radio News Congressional correspondent Steven Portnoy join CBSN to discuss the sanctions.
President Obama sent a message to Russia Thursday by issuing new sanctions and by ejecting more than 30 Russian officials from the U.S. CBS News National Correspondent Chip Reid spoke to CBSN about what comes next in U.S.-Russia relations.