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Reuters Broadcast a Live Stream from Outside Sean Spicer’s House

Late Friday morning, The New York Times’ Glenn Thrush confirmed that Sean Spicer would be stepping down from his position as White House Press Secretary.

There had been speculation that Spicer’s resignation was in protest of President Trump‘s decision to name Anthony Scaramucci as the new White House Communications Director.

According to the New York Times‘ report, Trump asked Spicer to stay on board but Spicer declined. The former Press Secretary reportedly strongly disagreed with Trump’s choice to head White House communications as he believed the Wall Street financier lacks the experience to excel in his new role.

A short time after Spicer announced his resignation, Reuters, in a completely unprofessional and fairly disturbing, shady paparazzi-like move, set up shop outside Spicer’s private home and provided a livestream for viewers to watch, according to Newsbusters.

It didn’t take long for reporters and others to slam Reuters for their classless decision to livestream the home of the father of two small children:

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