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Spicer wallops NY Times, offers ‘writing services’ after reporters ‘make up’ claim over Trump’s tweets

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer fired back after two New York Times columnists accused him of being angry at President Donald Trump’s Twitter habits.

Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman wrote that some in the White House are concerned with the president’s tweeting and the need to defend the tweets in the Times’ column.

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Within the White House, a number of Mr. Trump’s advisers — including the press secretary, Sean Spicer, who has himself repeated unsubstantiated claims of British spying on Mr. Trump — have told allies that Mr. Trump’s Twitter habits are making their jobs harder, said administration officials interviewed over the past week.

Spicer quickly called the claim fabricated in a tweet of his own.

Spicer was referring to Thrush’s tweet containing the supposed false claim and linking the article:

Thrush tweeted back that he requested comment from Spicer but had not heard back from him.

The article was updated with Spicer’s comments.

“It’s just not true. I have not commented on the tweets to anyone including my wife,” Spicer told Thrush in an email.

During Monday’s press briefing Spicer told the Times that its headlines are bad and that he wouldn’t mind helping with them.

“Our services are at the New York Times’ disposal when it comes to writing headlines,” he said. “We could probably do a couple things on stories, too, if you’re willing to go there.”

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