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Live Stream || White House Briefing – August 25, 2014

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23 Responses to Live Stream || White House Briefing – August 25, 2014

  1. :27 mins late. After 2 weeks of vacay they can’t even get their BS stories straight. Or they’re in the back room with MSNBC/NBC and the other ‘hacks’ agrreing on the questions to be asked. Pathetic.

      • AF… actually you arrived early! It was hammered in my head if you are to be on deck at 1300, you had best be 10 ft away by 1255 hrs and prompt for the 1300 hrs appointment. Anything other than that was a “no excuse” reply.

      • I missed part of the question, and part of answer regarding ISIS being here. The volume kept cutting off, and to keep moving the mouse.
        Part of the answer was number not be disclosed.
        Did you catch that question, and answer?

        • That means that they don’t know how many are here.
          If they did, why aren’t they getting them ?
          How could they know with an open border ?

          • The # here and is what I was checking on. More so. They are not going to tell us, if they do know such a thing. If they had a serious number that they were sure of, I would think it would be our right to know.
            I understand they do not want to start something such as a panic, on the other hand there are so many people that do know the current news.
            Now were back to blind sheep.

    • The eternal smirk on Josh’s face is enraging.
      He is impossible to pin down, (by the present press core.)
      He just defers the questioner to a different agency.
      If I hear the phrase ‘the bottom line is’, one more time my head is going to explode.
      Just once I would like to see the press change that smirk to an expression of fear.

        • I misspelled corps in my comment, although, the press is the ‘core’ of this administration.
          If one of them would stand up and demand an answer, they would probably be removed immediately and thrown in jail for intimidating a government official.

      • It occurred to me that Congress is supposed to represent a constituency of voters. Since Gutierrez is clamoring, as you say relentlessly, for amnesty I question the legal status of those who voted him into office.

        If we had any kind of rule of law or anything other than a criminal in charge of DOJ this would be an issue.