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Sean Spicer Whines That Media is Being Much Nicer to Biden’s Press Secretary

Joe Biden became President yesterday and pretty much everything was different than it was 4 years ago. Press Secretary Jen Psaki held her first presser with the White House press Corps. Psaki also made the promise that she will speak to the media Monday through Friday.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 21: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer makes a statement to members of the media at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. This was Spicer’s first press conference as Press Secretary where he spoke about the media’s reporting on the inauguration’s crowd size. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Sean Spicer was the first of Donald Trump’s extremely combative press secretaries. He made waves during his first presser when he lied about Trump having more people at his inauguration that Barack Obama. Still, Spicer is infuriated that the press corps returned the respect that Psaki showed them.

The now Newsmax host shared an article written by Fox News’ Michael Flood. Spicer tweeted, “Tale of two briefings: Jen Psaki treated much differently by press than Sean Spicer.”

Within the article Flood wrote, “Trump press secretaries Sean Spicer, Sarah Sanders and Kayleigh McEnany were regularly scolded and criticized by the press over the past four years. President Trump eventually reduced the number of briefings as a result, as some reporters became heroes of the anti-Trump resistance for aggressively grilling the president’s spokespersons. But on Wednesday, Psaki was asked about things like what color Biden would prefer Air Force One to be and how thoroughly staffers cleaned the White House prior to Inauguration Day.”

Flood also listed out the questions asked of each press secretary. Of course, Spicer mocked and evaded the questions. Psaki, on the other hand, was polite and transparent.



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