White House blocks CNN, New York Times, Politico from press briefing

White House blocks CNN, New York Times, Politico from press briefing – U.S. News – Haaretz.com – White House Press Secretary held an off-camera press briefing on Friday instead of his daily briefing which is usually broadcast live from the White House. In a decision that drew criticism from many journalists, Spicer kept a number of leading national U.S. media outlets out of the briefing, including CNN, the New York Times, the L.A. Times and Politico.

The first two have been targets of Trump’s accusations for months.

An empty podium is seen as an off camera briefing is held with a small group of reporters and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer instead of the normal on camera briefing in the White House February 24, 2017 in Washington, DC.

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