Perssecretaris Trump defends position on inauguration Trump
The new perssecretaris of the Us president, Donald Trump defended on Monday during his first press conference, his statement of Saturday that the inauguration of Trump the most watched swearing ever was.
According to Sean Spicer, he meant that the inauguration is when the audience and the people who at a distance looked to be added, the best-watched inauguration ever was. Spicer said Saturday that it’s ” both in person and over the world the best-watched inauguration ever was.
A journalist asked Spicer whether he plans is always to speak the truth as perssecretaris. “That’s what I want”, responded to Spicer. “I believe that we honestly should be against the American people, but sometimes we are not even talking about the facts. But it is our intention to never turn against you (the media, red) to tell a lie.
Saturday brought Spicer during a statement to the press, who are dishonest would have written about the presence of audience during the inauguration on Friday. He repeated Monday that the event is best viewed swearing in was history, evidenced by ratings of Entertainment Weekly that this is not so. The inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009 and that of Ronald Reagan were, according to the U.s. Nielsen ratings better viewed.
Spicer stated though that the figures that he Saturday teenagers about the number of attendees at the inauguration, based on data from the metro in Washington DC, is probably not correct. “But those were the data that we got from the inauguratiecomité. It was not based on air. He added that journalists also make mistakes and not do that to their audience to mislead, but that sometimes this can happen.”
The perssecretaris held during the press conference a long plea that the press whenever the target would have to be the legitimacy of Trump as president, and his actions to undermine it.