It is no secret that the Trump Administration has been having a challenging back and forth struggle with the press, particularly with left-winged liberal media distributors. Most recently, White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, had to shut down a both persistent and interrupting reporter from the New York Times, Glenn Thrush. This reporter kept calling out for Spicer’s attention repeatedly. If he was trying to answer another reporter’s question, Thrush would repeatedly kept interrupting with questions of his own.
Spicer finally had enough. Tired of all the interrupting, he took on the role of grade school teacher and told Thrush, “Glenn, this isn’t a TV Program. You don’t just get to yell out questions. We’re going to raise our hands like big boys and girls.” Thrush has a history of unkind comments about the Trump administration and has showed up on the Wikileaks DNC emails.
From BizPac Review:
White House press secretary Sean Spicer had to play a combination traffic cop and kindergarten teacher Thursday when a reporter kept calling out to him for attention. When Spicer called on another reporter for a question, The New York Times’ Glenn Thrush kept interrupting with a question of his own.
See the action yourself in this video of Press Secretary Sean Spicer SCHOOLING Glenn Thrush: