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Time to change the White House press briefing

In the immediate aftermath of the resignation of Sean Spicer as White House press secretary, a discussion arose over whether to continue the televised daily press briefings.
The Administration decided to continue them with newly-appointed press secretary Sara Huckabee Sanders behind the podium.
After five months, the time has come to re-visit the issue. The briefings should continue, but the lights, camera, action element should be eliminated.
The entire rationale for the briefings - keeping the media and, through it, the American people informed of an Administration’s response to national and international developments as well as to announce major new ...


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