Sean Spicer will no longer act as Donald Trump's press secretary

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 22, 2017

White House press secretary Sean Spicer is seeking to take on a more strategic role that would give him a limited presence in the daily press briefings that have made him a prominent face of the Trump administration.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is reportedly leaving the White House.

Spicer held an on-camera briefing yesterday and took a number of questions, though he could not give a definitive answer on whether the President believes Russian Federation interfered in the election. "That's like Chef Boyardee saying, 'There are days when we decided that people should make their own canned ravioli'".

As he heads to Iowa on Wednesday for his fifth political rally while in office, Trump is reducing the importance of White House press briefings.

"I mean, the president clearly wants a bill that has heart in it", said Spicer.

"I am right here", a smiling Spicer said.

Former FBI Director James Comey testified earlier this month that Trump never asked him about Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 election.

In the past, Trump has referred to the investigation into Russian interference as "fake news".

Spicer conducted an off-camera briefing with reporters on Monday in which the press was told it could not film or broadcast audio of the proceedings.

"The nice thing about turning the cameras off sometimes, and I find this, is that it is not 'performance art, ' as you call it, that you end up having, I think sometimes, a more substantive discussion about actual issues because they're not trying to get their clip", Spicer opined. "I don't even know where we are in terms of a final plan".

On NBC's Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon told his audience about the reports that the White House is moving Spicer to "a more senior role focused on strategy".

He was asked if it's true that his role is changing and "what's in store?"

White House press secretary Sean Spicer dismissed reports that he would be stepping out of the public eye during an on-camera press briefing at the White House today, despite not taking questions on camera for a week.

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