Sean Spicer hides in bushes after Comey firing

At Friday afternoon's White House press briefing, press secretary Sean Spicer did not rule out the possibility of their cancellation.

"As I said, we come up here everyday, not just to the podium but to... we are here first thing in the morning to late at night everyday answering your questions on a variety of subjects throughout issues that are happening in the government". Sanders denied this and said Spicer was just doing a naval exercise to blend in with his surroundings.

Sean Spicer at the 139th Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. "I have no reason to believe - I haven't asked him", Spicer said at Tuesday afternoon's White House press briefing.

On Thursday, when clips from President Donald Trump's interview with NBC surfaced, one of many aspects that stood out was that he contradicted his communications staff's statements about the James Comey firing. At one point in the briefing, she offered another personal revelation after a reporter mistakenly referred to her daughter as "Charlotte".

Spicer along with Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders "were suddenly speed-walking up the White House drive" as Conway and Sanders went to go defend the President's decision on cable news.

Pressed by Pirro on whether he asked Comey for his loyalty, Trump responded: "No, I didn't, but I don't think it would be a bad question to ask. The people that are in the dark today are the Democrats", Sanders said.

"Should there be a special prosecutor to investigate alleged ties between the Trumps campaign and Russian efforts to influence the presidential election?"

The Washington Post then updated the details to describe exactly what went on with Sean Spicer, bushes, and the Q&A involving the termination of FBI Director James Comey. This official said sending Sanders into the briefing room was the right call.

Before this week, few people knew who Rod Rosenstein was, let alone where he fit in with the Trump administration, reports the Inquisitr. "The repeated lesson the White House has learned is there is no quiet day or week".

Sean Spicer hides in bushes after Comey firing
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