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Live Stream || White House Briefing – May 16, 2014

The briefing has concluded.

19 Responses to Live Stream || White House Briefing – May 16, 2014

  1. Dang, missed it again.
    So…blah, blah, sneer, snicker, blah lie, spin, ridicule, blah, sneer.
    And Elvis has left the building.

  2. Was it on Drudge that I read the WHPress Corp is ticked that they weren’t allowed to observe the o’s “moment of Silence” to honor the Anniversary of the Massacre at the Boston Marathon?
    You gotta be freakin’ kidding me: after all you’ve let this fool get by with, after all your bending over, and adoration, after all the questions left unasked, this is all you can come up with?

    • Maybe this will sooth the feelings of the WHPCorp at being snubbed, again. BRONX CHEER! Wish there was audio Sportin’, but you get the idea.

  3. Keith, can you think about running a post where we commenters get to ask the questions that we wish the WHPCorps(e) could man up and ask?
    Okay, “man” up is verboten, “human” up? “cowboy” up? (no, no) ”
    Got it: “dog”up.
    Seriously, though, will you think about it?

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