As Press Secretary Sean Spicer answered a question from ABC News’ Cecilia Vega at Thursday’s press briefing, the New York Times’ Glenn Thrush attempted to interrupt. Spicer wasn’t having any of it, though.
“Glenn, I’m actually [answering] Cecilia’s question if you could be as polite as not to interrupt her,” Spicer told Thrush.
Thrush can be heard off camera apologizing.
Spicer asked Cecilia if she accepts Glenn’s apology.
At this, the other members of the White House press corps started to laugh.
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