Brian Karem of Sentinel Newspapers admitted that the Trump administration had made the White House “more transparent.”
Brian Karem, the executive editor of Sentinel Newspapers, admitted on CNN that the Trump administration had made the White House more transparent a day after yelling at Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at the White House press briefing.
“Sean Spicer and his staff have done things to make that White House a little more transparent,” Karem said.
“They have brought in Cabinet members. They do conduct briefings. They have introduced a Skype component so people outside of the beltway can ask questions,” he said. “All of that is supportive of the first amendment.”
Karem yelled at Sanders at the press briefing on Tuesday over the relationship between the Trump administration and the media.
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