Monday, May 15, 2017

White House Refuses To Deny Oval Office Recordings


What kind of game is the White House playing in hinting that President Trump may have recorded Oval Office meetings with unwitting colleagues?

At today's press briefing, White House Press Secretary repeatedly refused to confirm OR deny the existence of such recordings.

One reporter asked, "Is the White House intending to cooperate with those requests and furnish that information as requested in writing?"

"I think I made it clear last week that the president has nothing further on that," replied Spicer.

That same reporter attempted for some kind of clarity on the issue: "Does that mean the president will deny –" but Spicer stopped her.

"I think I said – I was very clear – the President would have nothing further," Spicer said.

Two more reporters tried to get past the stonewalling stance, but Spicer refused again repeating some version of the same statement.

Very odd.

Watch below.



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