BREAKING: The White House Bans CNN, The New York Times, And Others From Press Briefing [UPDATING]

Share This Story

CNN, The New York Times, Politico, and other mainstream news organizations were blocked from participating in a White House media briefing on Friday afternoon.

Journalists expressed outrage at the unusual move, and the Associated Press and Time magazine boycotted the briefing as a result.

Press Secretary Sean Spicer allowed sympathetic outlets into the briefing—an informal question-and-answer session between a press secretary and journalists—including the Washington Times, Breitbart, and One America News Network.

Jeff Mason, the president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, said in a statement that the consortium of reporters will “strongly protest” the move and further discuss it with White House press staffers.

What do you think of the Trump administration holding “press briefings” with only Conservative outlets?

Share This Story

What do you think?