Spicer pushed back, arguing that Ryan and many in the press have an "agenda" to keep asking about Russian Federation.
However, Spicer brushed off his behavior, insisting that he doesn't treat one person different from the other, and that Ryan is a "tough reporter", Talking Points Memo notes. You said, you've got wiretapping, you've got Russian Federation, and he said, "No, no, no, you do". Spicer: "Trump will "help the team" if needed in Georgia special election MORE, former secretary Hillary Clinton, had spoken about me, and I was in shock".
Ryan previously had a tense exchange in February with Trump over his desire to meet with black lawmakers. The last time, it was the president himself.
The press secretary continued with the same idea, mentioning that both Republicans and Democrats know that there's no evident about president Trump's team being connected with Russian Federation during the elections. 'If Trump uses Russian salad dressing, somehow that's a Russian connection, ' he vented. He added, "I'm sorry that that disgusts you".
Spicer did not take the question well!
"One is, can you add additional folks on without pushing additional folks off, and two is that, what you have to add to the bill, does it make it stronger or does it not?" Has it healed since 2006 when he used a very negative word to describe her?
Spicer also said he respects the job Ryan is there to do.
"I've been here for 20 years", she said.
"Here he is once again meeting somebody who hasn't been a big supporter of his", Spicer said.
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'It seems like you're hell-bent on trying to make sure that whatever image you want to tell about this White House stays, ' Spicer told her.
"I'm sorry", Spicer responded. Tuesday's pants-splattering involved telling veteran American Urban Radio Networks correspondent April Ryan not to shake her head while listening to him blather some obvious bullshit.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer. Trump said to Ryan on February 16.
Shortly after the incident, Ryan seemingly (sub) tweeted the following.
Many on social media were aghast at the audacity of the joke. "At some point the facts are what they are". The idea that an FBI investigation involving the administration doesn't amount to a hill of beans just doesn't make much sense.
What was going through that head of yours when Sean Spicer was wagging his finger and shaking his head? We've never seen anything like this before. "You got a glimpse of this on camera".
"At the end of the day, I'm a reporter, he's a press secretary", she said.
"Understand this: At some point, the facts are what they are", he said.