At today’s White House briefing, Jen Psaki took a question from a reporter not in the room:
Psaki announces a new tradition of taking a question from a regional reporter who can't physically be at the White House. This reporter is in Alaska. pic.twitter.com/fUY2XVxmWz
— Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) April 9, 2021
White House press secretary Jen Psaki says she is going to start taking questions from regional reporters who do not live in Washington in her briefings. The first reporter to appear virtually at the briefing is from Alaska. pic.twitter.com/98CxmDyIEb
— Kate Sullivan (@KateSullivanDC) April 9, 2021
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It might have been a new tradition, just not for the current administration:
— Ted Nesi (@TedNesi) April 9, 2021
Jen Psaki, April 9, 2021: "What we are going to start doing is we are going to start taking questions from a regional reporter who does not live in Washington."
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) April 9, 2021
Former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer was among those reminding any reporters who don’t remember:
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) April 9, 2021
At least the Biden administration is showing a commitment to recycling.
Elect a plagiarist as president, can't be surprised when they start stealing ideas and passing them off as original. https://t.co/leZmnaIZ68
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) April 9, 2021
It won’t be the last time.