Sean Spicer Holds First Press Conference
Sean Spicer, Press Secretary to President Donald Trump expressed his frustration with the Media and how they focus on negative terms every single time they speak about this Administration, or President Donald J. Trump, personally. Spicer clarified how the media created this fictitious narrative that President Trump has an ongoing feud with the Intelligence community and that it is all manufactured and President Trump wanted the CIA to hear it directly from him.
As far as the crowd size during the Inauguration, Spicer went on to say:
“It’s not just about a crowd size, it’s about this constant you know he’s not going to
run then if he runs, he’s going to drop out, that if you run he can’t win, no way you can win Pennsylvania. He can’t win Michigan …..if you want…..it’s always didn’t, there’s this constant……..seem to undercut the enormous support that he has and I think it’s just unbelievably frustrating when you’re continually told it’s not big enough, it’s not good enough, you can’t win and, I’m gonna get ripped because I, I think it’s important, he’s gone out there and defied the odds over and over and over again and he keeps getting told what he can’t do by this narrative that’s out there. And he exceeded every single time and I think, there’s an overall frustration when you open, when you turn on the television, over and over again and get told that there’s this narrative that you didn’t, win you weren’t going to run you can’t pick up this state, that’s not, you know, that that’s a fool’s errand to go to Pennsylvania, why is he in Michigan? how silly? They will never vote for a Republican…. he didn’t win that and then people aren’t anything or John Lewis……It’s frustrating for not just him but I think so many of us that are trying to work to get this message out and it’s an insulting…..this is a two-way street like we want to have a healthy dialogue not just with you but with the American people because he’s fighting for jobs, he’s fighting to make this country safer but when you’re constantly getting told that can’t be true, we doubted that you can do that, this won’t happen, and that’s the narrative when you turn on television every single day, it’s a little frustrating and I think that for those people around him and the senior team especially with some of the other folks that are either here ….. that gave up their time during the transition they left a job to work for three or four weeks because they’re so committed to having his nominees get through, it’s a little bit demoralizing to turn on the TV day after day in here can’t do this, this guy’s not going to get confirmed, no way they’re going to go through this isn’t just part of the, the conversation that happens in Washington… I’ve never seen it like this Jim, I’ve never and again I’m not looking to go back and forth but, you’re asking for an explanation and I think that it’s important to understand that whether it’s the President himself, the Vice-President, the Senior Team, the Volunteers for the people who are out there just you know in America, that voted for more, walked the streets and put up a sign, that you constantly told no, no, no, and no watch him go, yes, yes, yes, every time and come up to the next hurdle and see someone put a block up gets a little frustrating and I think…….”
And what is most frustrating and stings the most, is the fact that they totally disregard the will of the silent majority that voted President Trump into office. This disregard of our will, our rights, and our movement, makes it that more evident that in the media’s eyes, we don’t count and their mantra follows the left’s mantra. Half the country will not disappear to appease the left. This mantra is what made us all vote for President Trump because he is the only one that cared enough to give up his life for America.