Newly minted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci on Monday hinted that press briefings might change something reporters have been complaining about for months.
New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci took multiple questions Friday about the Trump administration allowing press briefings to be on-camera again, answering it was a “maybe.”
Reporters and other observers ripped into the Reuters politics Twitter page for posting a livestream of the outside of Sean Spicer’s home on Friday.
The White House is expected to hold its first on-camera press briefing in almost a month on Friday, following Sean Spicer’s resignation as press secretary earlier in the day.
Sean Spicer will sit down with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday night for his first interview since announcing his resignation as White House press secretary.
Social media erupted to the news that White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday.