Spicer Hasn't Asked Trump If Russians Meddled in 2016 Campaign

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"I'll be taking none of your silly questions today or tomorrow

On NBC's Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon told his audience about the reports that the White House is moving Spicer to "a more senior role focused on strategy". With the West Wing in a constant state of war with itself, why give Jake Tapper or Rachel Maddow more ammo by allowing Press Secretary Sean Spicer to give statements to journalists that will nearly certainly be contradicted by the president, hours later, on Twitter?

"We have been very forceful in our political and economic pressure that has been applied in North Korea", Spicer said. We've been seeking input from people as far as what ideas they might have, we've been meeting with potential people that may be of service to this administration.

The first few questions were related to policy, not Spicer's future, but he was eventually asked about a recent Politico report that President Trump is looking to make changes to the White House communications operation.

"When we have an announcement of a personnel nature, we'll let you know", he added.

Discussions about overhauling the White House communications office have been ongoing for several weeks, according to administration officials.

"Your whole job is speaking for the administration!" the host exclaimed.

Bromance off as Hamilton and Vettel go for jugular
They are at war at that moment . 'I respect him a lot for the driver he is, but now is not the right time to talk. I guess Lewis was upset about it because after he'd served his own effective penalty, he came out behind him.

"The White House using fat shaming to justify increased opacity".

A briefing on Tuesday was left off the schedule but updated guidance put one on camera at the regular viewing time.

In response to Steve Bannon saying the reason White House press briefings were off camera is because "Sean got fatter", Colbert had a joke of his own.

"Trump doesn't like his people to look weak", a Trump donor said. "Saturday Night Live" has poked fun at him mercilessly.

"I'm right here", he told reporters Tuesday, The Hill reported.

The commentary echoed points Acosta made on Twitter during Monday's briefing, in which he again accused the White House of "stonewalling" and bemoaned what he saw as "a suppression of information". "But there is no massive White House shake-up coming, it's not going to happen", he insisted.

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