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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders doubled down in defense of President Trump after he mocked Christine Blasey Ford’s Senate testimony of her alleged sexual assault.
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"See, for a minute there, it sounded like Sarah Sanders was actually promising to provide regular and constant information to the American people."
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders addresses reports of rumors that First Lady Melania Trump lives in the suburbs of Washington with her parents instead of at the White House.
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Press Secretary Sean Spicer fielded questions about the President's threat on Twitter to cancel press briefings.
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The Secret Service interrupted the daily White House press briefing on Tuesday to evacuate the White House. The White House
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Henry didn't hesitate to ask about the reports during a White House press briefing Monday, but Earnest had little to say
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“Do you acknowledge that this White House has provided less access than previous White Houses,” ABC News' Jonathan Karl later
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Later in the meeting, CBS News' Mark Knoller asked Carney how he was doing considering the rough news week. Carney smiled
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"Why does the government believe it's legal to kill Americans abroad, but not inside the US?" NPR's Ari Shapiro wondered
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President Obama should be used to a slew of cameras snapping away at him by now, but this proved not to be the case on Tuesday
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Here's a photo of White House Press Secretary Jay Carney glancing at his watch on Friday: (Photo credit: Susan Walsh/AP) Send
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During a press briefing Tuesday that addressed the killing of Osama bin Laden, among other issues, White House Press Secretary
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Your important moment of the day in U.S.-Russian relations occurred during Thursday's White House press briefing, when ITAR-TASS correspondent Andrei Sitov questioned Robert Gibbs about whether the shootings in Tucson.
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Yesterday was a big day in Washington, and for your White House Press Corps: big votes on "Don't Ask Don't Tell" and the DREAM Act -- in short, lots to talk about. But first! Twitter! Will it cause the next 9/11? The White House Press Corps is concerned!
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Lots of people despise the term "teachable moment" and I can understand why. A lot of the time, the phrase is invoked as a way of saying, "Hey, isn't the good news that all of you now have this awesome opportunity to learn from the monumental mistake I've just made?" Nevertheless, the Shirley-Sherrod-fiasco-as-teachable-moment idea came up at yesterday's White House press briefing with White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, so let's get into it.
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Video below: Visit this page for live streaming video whenever Press Secretary Robert Gibbs gives the White House press briefing
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On Tuesday, one of those nominees -- Craig Becker, who Obama appointed to sit on the National Labor Relations Board -- is
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Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is giving the daily press briefing from the White House. Watch live:
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Link: It is exhausting! But not in the way Meghan McCain thinks. As it turns out, the reason the press corps are just "sitting