Has the Trump administration got rid of the White Home press rundowns in order to block specific members of journalism from getting “face time” on tv?
That is the hypothesis put forth by conservative radio talk program host Rush Limbaugh Friday.
” This is what it appears like now. Trump leaves the White House on the way to the jet,” Limbaugh said on his radio program. “But none are on TELEVISION any longer. He has taken that far from them.”
The White Home hasn’t held a press briefing because March 11 and press secretary Stephanie Grisham has not held a briefing given that she took over from Sarah Sanders.
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Limbaugh believes this is a concerted effort by the president and it prevents certain media members from amassing headings and attention as they have at previous rundowns.
” It’s not accidental. This has been done purposely, you understand, they had these people like Jim Acosta and April Ryan and the rest of these egomaniacs revealing off in the pressroom merely trying to make names for themselves,” Limbaugh said.
The radio host accused certain members of the White Home press of being more concerned with television time and credited Trump for stopping any phenomenon.
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” Who could ask the rudest question? Who could reveal the best amount of disgust for Sarah Sanders and Trump? So they just took it away from ’em, and this is what journalism gets now. And they are not on TELEVISION,” Limbaugh said.