April Ryan Calls Out Sarah Sanders For Ducking Briefings: ‘Can We Expect to Have More?’
In her first White House press briefing in over a month, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked whether she’ll make briefings a regular event again any time in the foreseeable future.
“Can we expect to have briefings more often now since there has been a little bit of changing atmosphere here?” April Ryan asked Sanders. Presumably, Ryan was alluding to the fact that Bill Shine just left his job as White House Communications Director in favor of a new role in President Trump‘s re-election campaign.
“I haven’t noticed a change in the atmosphere,” Sanders said, completely oblivious to how the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room hasn’t held a press event for 42 days. She went on to defend Trump on the basis that he and the rest of the White House still take questions from the press often, despite the lack of formal briefings or press conferences.
“The president is the most accessible in modern history,” Sanders proclaimed. “We answer hundreds of questions from reporters all over the world every day. We’re going to continue to do that, sometimes we’ll do it from this room, sometimes in other venues and platforms.”
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