Sean Spicer pissed off journalists and liberals yet again Tuesday by calling on a conservative outlet first at his press briefing. On Monday, the press corps was up in arms after Spicer called on the New York Post.
But the response was much more heated Tuesday after Spicer called on Laura Ingraham’s LifeZette.
Apparently, the liberal media is stuck in the Obama era when he would always call on them and oftentimes not take a question from conservative reporters.
Brietbart and Lifezette are not news organizations and shouldn’t be treated as such
— Joel Pavelski (@joelcifer) January 24, 2017
Lifezette, a blog run by Laura Ingraham that has repeatedly engaged in conspiracy theories/lies, got first question at WH Press Briefing.
— Yashar (@yashar) January 24, 2017
LifeZette is a Trump propaganda site led by Laura Ingraham who was in the running for Spicer’s job. https://t.co/VJ1r9WcI0H
— Jon Lovett (@jonlovett) January 24, 2017
.@LifeZette got the first question in today’s White House briefing. Times they are a changin’
— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonFL) January 24, 2017
First briefing question goes to LifeZette. NOTE: This is a disreputable right-wing website run by Laura Ingraham.
— Angelo Carusone (@GoAngelo) January 24, 2017
“LifeZette” just got the first question at the White House Press Briefing. Their top story right now is … *face palm* pic.twitter.com/omhG9ZLcvI
— Travis Hughes (@TravisSBN) January 24, 2017
Actual fake news outlet Lifezette has published countless lies, including claims Hillary Clinton killed people https://t.co/iy7NJCkZrT
— Kia Makarechi (@Kia_Mak) January 24, 2017
sean spicer just opened a press conference by taking a question from lifezette, founded by Laura Ingraham
— Tony Romm (@TonyRomm) January 24, 2017
In WH press conference, Sean Spicer takes first question from Lifezette, a pub by Laura Ingraham branded fake news https://t.co/lRTzGlQ96a
— Robbie Gramer (@RobbieGramer) January 24, 2017
For the first question today, Spicer calls on LifeZette, Laura Ingraham’s super-Trump-supportive website.
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 24, 2017