All those reports about White House press secretary Sean Spicer being let go of his position turned out to be partially right. It's not surprising that Spicer wants to step away from the unforgiving glare
Donald Trump understands how to quickly shift the focus of the media, and on Tuesday, in a surprise shocker, he fired FBI Director James B. Comey, according to, according to White House spokesman Sean Spicer
Week 3 into the President Donald Trump administration, and he's following the course of the previous two. Words still have little value to the man, and he proved it on Monday when he made a wild unsupported slam claim
Melissa McCarthy's surprise unannounced appearance on Saturday Night Live to take on Donald Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer is the reason why we sit through some of the more bland and overlong sketches on the show.
Week 1 into the Donald Trump administration there was plenty of chaos, and his supporters simply said that he needed time to adjust into this job as he's totally inexperienced at it. Week 2, chaos continues to reign while his supporters repeat themselves.
Just one day after White House press secretary Sean Spicer tried to make nice with the media with talks of no 'intent' on lying, President Donald Trump's claims of voter fraud took center stage at Tuesday's briefing.
President Donald Trump's White House secretary Sean Spicer was much calmer at Monday's press conference. He spend more time talking about size issues (the inauguration) and basically let everyone know just how insecure Trump is when it comes to issues of size.