Sean Spicer Thinks We're Dumb Enough To Believe Donald Trump *Meant

Cheryl Sanders
June 2, 2017

Although this press team does face a uniquely hard job, the recent resignation of White House Communications Director Mike Dubke is not remarkable, Hagle said.

President Donald Trump should focus more on his agenda and not allow himself to be distracted by the Russian Federation controversy, Rep. Sean Duffy said Wednesday.

When the deal was done, President Barack Obama said the early informal talks explored "how much room" existed to get something done.

The White House has not denied the core allegations laid out in the stories, though some White House officials have denied that a back channel request was improper.


Spicer was asked if Trump's late night tweet with the apparent typo "covfefe", which lingered online for hours, is a matter of concern. Comey is expected to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during last year's presidential election.

WASHINGTON (AP) - A top communications aide to President Donald Trump has resigned, in what many inside and outside the White House see as the first shoe to drop before a wider overhaul.

"There would be no reason for Kushner, in December", he added, "weeks after the election to need to set up a back channel to Russian Federation, had there been one during the campaign".

"The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant", he told. "It may simply be an impossible task to represent this president and come off as credible".


The White House spokesman, during a truncated, off-camera briefing Wednesday, brushed aside a question about a report that fired FBI Director James Comey plans to testify publicly that President Donald Trump pressured him to end an investigation into a top Trump aide's ties to Russian Federation.

"You've got the ambassador to Russian Federation reporting back to Moscow on an open channel", Graham said. "What that also means is when you have a communications team, they have to have that relationship with the president to understand how he communicates because he is the greatest communicator as a president we've ever had".

Controversy over the Russian Federation issue deepened after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey earlier this month, leading to allegations by critics that the president sought to hamper the agency's investigation of the matter. And the administration's pattern of attacking the media for offering "fabricated lies" and demanding investigations into those within the government who leak information has become a tiresome exercise in sidestepping this essential issue.

The announced resignation of Mike Dubke, Trump's relatively fresh communications director, this week suggests some form of White House communications shakeup is coming.


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