Brian Karem, the reporter that challenged White House deputy spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders at Tuesday's press briefing appeared on Brian Williams' late night MSNBC program to talk about his confrontation and the Trump White House's relationship with the press.
Williams asked the reporter if he was concerned that his press pass might not work Wednesday when he enters the White House.
"When you go to scan your pass at the Northwest gate tomorrow do you think it's going to work?" Williams asked.
"I hope so," Karem answered. "That's a good question. I guess I'll find out tomorrow."
Williams said Huckabee Sanders was giving a "negative affirmation" to people who are "highly suspect of the information that comes out of the news media."
"It seemed to me watching you a big concern to you was this kind of negative affirmation for the audience that already is highly suspect of the information that comes out of the news media, believes we're all in the tank," Williams said.
"Absolutely," Karem agreed. "They believe we're all in cahoots, colluding together, we have a nefarious plan. The nefarious plan. the only agenda is to try and get facts."