Liberal White House reporter April Ryan just got “Spiced,” TWICE.
When the majority of Americans finally realize that this “Russian collusion/interference” issue is nothing more than a Democratic red herring, President Trump may find it easier to make headway on the issues that won him the office in the first place.
Of course, that gets to the heart of why they won’t stop beating those Putin drums, now doesn’t it?
It’s no wonder that Administration officials like White House press secretary Sean Spicer get impatient from time to time. With all those Russkies supposedly hiding in the closet, it’s hard to imagine how any of these guys can even use the restroom in peace, much less get any work done.
In his Tuesday press conference, Spicer unleashed his frustration to reporters on the whole Trump / Russia issue amidst yet another round of questioning from Washington Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks April Ryan, declaring: “I’ve said it from the day that I got here, there is no connection … If the president puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russian connection.”
“I appreciate your agenda here, but the reality is, at some point, report the facts,” Spicer continued. “Every single person who has been briefed on this subject has come away with the same conclusion — Republican, Democrat.”
According to The Hill, Spicer then pointed out that Ryan was shaking her head.
“I’m sorry that that disgusts you. You’re shaking your head. I appreciate it, but understand this … At some point, April, you’re going to have to take no for an answer with respect to whether or not there was collusion.”
Later in the press conference, Ryan asked another question about President Trump’s meeting with Condoleezza Rice, pointing out that Trump had made a disparaging remark about the former secretary of state in 2006.
“April, hold on,” Spicer said. “It seems like you’re hell-bent on trying to make sure that whatever image you want to tell about this White House stays.”
Noticing that Ryan was shaking her head yet again, Spicer added, “I’m sorry, please stop shaking your head again.”
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 29, 2017
Right after the briefing, Ryan got home and tweeted this:
— AprilDRyan (@AprilDRyan) March 28, 2017
Which about sums it up, either way you look at it!
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