CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin and CNN White House correspondent Sara Murray discuss WH press secretary Sean Spicer's decision not to hold the normal televised briefing today. Instead, Spicer hosted a smalled group of journalists for an on-the-record Q&A. The New York Times, LA Times, CNN and Politico were among the outlets not invited.
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At his CPAC speech Friday morning, the president railed against much of the media: "And they'll say a certain — let's not even mention names, right? Shall we? Well, you have a lot of them. The Clinton News Network is one. Totally. Take a look, honestly. Take a look at their polls over the last two years. You'd think they'd fire the pollster, right? After years and years of getting battered. I mean, who knows, maybe they're just bad at polling. Or maybe they're not legit. But it's one or the other. Look at how inaccurate. Look at CBS, look at ABC also. Look at NBC."
At his CPAC speech on Thursday, WH top planner Stephen K. Bannon said about the media: "They're corporatist, globalist media who are adamantly opposed to an economic nationalist agenda like Donald Trump has... If you think they are going to give you your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken."