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Former Press Secretary Josh Earnest Talks Sean Spicer and Fake News

Former Press Secretary Josh Earnest talks about Sean Spicer's credibility and the current White House's treatment of the press corps.

Earnest also talks about the need for a level of hostility between the press and the administration.

"And here's the thing," says Earnest. "If you believe you are doing the right thing for the right reasons then why wouldn't you have the confidence to go up there in front of the public and make your case and present some evidence and say 'Look what we're doing. It works.'"

March 1, 2017 |

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