White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned earlier today, so Reuters quickly set up a live camera at Spicer’s private residence:
— Reuters Politics (@ReutersPolitics) July 21, 2017
Yes, Reuters has a live camera outside Spicer's house. pic.twitter.com/ZPYVpKAb55
— Philip Crowther (@PhilipinDC) July 21, 2017
You’ve got to be kidding, Reuters.
This is really very creepy. WTF?
— Becca H (@LadyOnTheRight1) July 21, 2017
To say the least.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) July 21, 2017
With young children there, the press shows they have ZERO compassion.
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) July 21, 2017
Reuters took a bipartisan slamming for it:
Hey, if he didn't want his family harassed and endangered by the media, he shouldn't have been a Republican. https://t.co/vJdO99dUYO
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 21, 2017
Get a grip, Reuters.https://t.co/dRY7pt8m9r
— Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) July 21, 2017
The media, being terrible at their job. Well done, guys. It's a house. https://t.co/YGpzELdeT1
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) July 21, 2017
— Tyler Brown (@BrownTyler) July 21, 2017
This is irresponsible. Family deserves privacy — and broadcasting their home just invites trouble. https://t.co/K8VYlSSkpM
— Mo Elleithee (@MoElleithee) July 21, 2017
I find this wholly unnecessary and rude.
(OTOH it reminds me of Miss Honey's cottage in Matilda.) https://t.co/LTRcU4Jqkd
— Andrea Ruth (@AndreaNRuth) July 21, 2017
Is this necessary? https://t.co/zX4RHxOVuP
— Mrs. Rutter ™ (@lindarutter) July 21, 2017
or, reuters, you could have a little respect for his family https://t.co/xisVvu2cCn
— Tony Romm (@TonyRomm) July 21, 2017
A live shot of why people hate the media. https://t.co/ptbBZlYAj1
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) July 21, 2017
This is pretty damn gross. Everyone can report without bothering his family. https://t.co/RY3E5WernW
— Paul Blumenthal (@PaulBlu) July 21, 2017
It's like, how much more journalism could this be? and the answer is none. None more journalism.https://t.co/W5qx2zfOo9
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) July 21, 2017