Sean Spicer could make it through a press conference without crushing one of the country's core values.

Unfortunately, that day was not today. During Tuesday's press conference, the Press Secretary became incensed that April Ryan, the Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, was shaking her head at an answer he gave. And, for some reason (likely a terrible one), Spicer decided to comment on it.

 "Which is the President — I'm sorry, please shaking your head again," Spicer said to Ryan. Read more...

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Angry Sean Spicer tells April Ryan, a veteran black female journalist, to “stop shaking” her head

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It’d be nice if, for once, Sean Spicer could make it through a press conference without crushing one of the country’s core values.

Unfortunately, that day was not today. During Tuesday’s press conference, the Press Secretary became incensed that April Ryan, the Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, was shaking her head at an answer he gave. And, for some reason (likely a terrible one), Spicer decided to comment on it.

 ”Which is the President — I’m sorry, please shaking your head again,” Spicer said to Ryan. Read more…

More about Sean Spicer, April Ryan, Watercooler, and Watercooler

Sean Spicer could make it through a press conference without crushing one of the country's core values.

Unfortunately, that day was not today. During Tuesday's press conference, the Press Secretary became incensed that April Ryan, the Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, was shaking her head at an answer he gave. And, for some reason (likely a terrible one), Spicer decided to comment on it.

 "Which is the President — I'm sorry, please shaking your head again," Spicer said to Ryan. Read more...

More about Sean Spicer, April Ryan, Watercooler, and Watercooler'>

Angry Sean Spicer tells April Ryan, a veteran black female journalist, to “stop shaking” her head

TwitterFacebook

It’d be nice if, for once, Sean Spicer could make it through a press conference without crushing one of the country’s core values.

Unfortunately, that day was not today. During Tuesday’s press conference, the Press Secretary became incensed that April Ryan, the Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, was shaking her head at an answer he gave. And, for some reason (likely a terrible one), Spicer decided to comment on it.

 ”Which is the President — I’m sorry, please shaking your head again,” Spicer said to Ryan. Read more…

More about Sean Spicer, April Ryan, Watercooler, and Watercooler

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