Press secretary Sean Spicer loses it during conference about Trump-Russia connections

Press secretary Sean Spicer loses it during conference about Trump-Russia connections

Ryan said, "Two and a half months in and there is a lot swirling about this administration".

Spicer responded that Republicans and Democrats alike had said there was no evidence pointing to President Donald Trump's team colluded with Russian Federation in election meddling.

Spicer went after Ryan at Tuesday's press briefing for "shaking her head" after she pressed him on the how the White House would give itself an image makeover to try to turn around the Russian Federation story.

Less than 30 minutes later, Ryan was on MSNBC as former Trump correspondent Katy Tur sarcastically told her that "you've got an agenda." .

Ryan, who is African-American, said she was "just a reporter, to which Trump replied: "Set up the meeting". "Every single person who has been briefed on this subject has come away with the same conclusion - Republican, Democrat".

"I'm sorry that that disgusts you".

When asked what he would say to those who question how the president plans to get "big ticket items like tax reform and infrastructure done" if he couldn't get health care done, Spicer said, "We're going to build a coalition for this".

According to The Hill, Spicer then pointed out that Ryan was shaking her head.

I'll leave you on an angry note-because we should all be disgusted at what we saw in the videos above.

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Sean Spicer has unleashed on a political reporter with a bitter spray about salad dressings and world politics. He reportedly took information related to Trump's unproven wiretapping claim to the White House without telling anyone on the committee. "I appreciate it, but understand this".

The fact that this publicly happened to Waters and Ryan within a couple of minutes was not lost on Twitter.

During his presidential campaign and afterwards, Trump repeatedly praised Putin and called for closer ties between Washington and Moscow, despite the hacking allegations.

The press secretary said getting more people on board is a balancing act.

"Based on the media frenzy that exists around this, he volunteered", Mr Spicer said. And it went off into this Russian dressing, no shaking my head or whatever.

"You know what?" she asked.

What's even more puzzling about it is that Spicer continues to point to the lack of evidence of collusion while ignoring the fact that the FBI is investigating possible ties between Trump and Russian Federation. We've never seen anything like this before and my question was simple.

"Please, give me a break", fired back CNN political commentator Ben Ferguson.

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