More Ban Lists from the White House
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer banned several news outlets from attending an informal briefing at the White House on Friday. These outlets included CNN, the New York Times, Politico, the Los Angeles Times and Buzzfeed. The White House claims this was not a decision to exclude President Trump's biggest critics. The Associated Press and Time Magazine were not on the ban list, but they refused to show up to the press conference in protest of the White House not allowing all news outlets to be in attendance. By the way, this is not a usual thing, but Trump isn't a 'usual' president either.
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