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POTUS Print Pool Report 10
S.V. Dáte • The Huffington Post
January 21, 2017: 06:12 PM


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer came to the podium at 1739.

He delivered angry remarks regarding what he considered inaccurate and unfair press coverage over the past 48 hours, including tweets about an MLK bust in the Oval Office, the crowd size coverage, and the tone of the POTUS's CIA visit earlier.

He then discussed forthcoming meetings with the leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

His remarks were open press.



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