Reporter calls Sarah Sanders after the briefing: ‘just do your job, Sarah!’

Reporter Andrew Feinberg, called the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders after a press conference on Tuesday.

A reporter shouted, “do your job” in the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday as they wrapped up the briefing after about 15 minutes on the podium.

Breakfast-Media-Andrew Feinberg confirmed to Fox News, he is the reporter who shouted was: “do your job, Sarah!”

Feinberg took to Twitter after the incident, the bark sending a plurality of messages at the time of the message to Sanders.

“Sarah Huckabee Sanders refuses to do the job for which it is to be paid, money from US tax payers. It delays each briefing, so that you can use a presidential event as a pretext to end it early. She’s not responding to E-Mails, you don’t take (most) reporters,” Feinberg has. “Why is she here?”

Sanders declined to reach a request for comment, if by E-Mail of Fox News.

Feinberg added, “a Lot of reporters to the White house for smaller media, and it is clear that the administration feels reporters (including me) not worth your time.”

Not everyone was amused about the outbreak and some of the media members defended Sanders. News busters managing editor Curtis Houck told Fox News, you just make the White House press corps happy.

“If you regular briefings, keeps you will play devolve into chaos with people like [CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent] Jim Acosta and [CNN politiacl analyst] April Ryan for the cameras. If you don’t, there are complaints about a lack of press access to the Executive,” said Houck. “This is another example of how the want to press the power, have your cake and eat it too.”

“Your behavior was responded to rude and very unprofessional,” reporters Jordan Schachtel. “It is not your job to cry out to the WH Press s and you tell her how to do her job. Props for shooting your shot for the CNN/MSNBC gig!”

Washington Examiner reporter Paul Bedard added, “And WH Reporter to ask why @realDonaldTrump cancelled their Christmas party.”


Feinberg followed that by claiming that he had not been able to get a single meeting with Sanders since Sean Spicer replaced as press Secretary.

“If I’m heading your in your office, you will always be to a meeting and says to me ‘you shoot me a note,'” he wrote. “Can I get a answer to this note? Never.”

Feinberg complained that he is not part of the pool rotation and has, therefore, to connect special permission”, so-called ” pool sprays.'”

“A single one of these requirements has been granted, in the year and a half, in the @PressSec job? Never,” he wrote. “Your office also organizes invite-only with pen and pad briefings with high-ranking officials (Chief of Staff, Nat’l security Advisor, etc) on occasion. I’m the one in the White house almost every day, but I do have ever heard of them before I come out almost every other reporter out of you? No.”


Feinberg is a managing editor of the little-known Breakfast media and once worked in a Russian state-owned news Website by the name of Sputnik. He went on to explain that “it can be argued that the press Secretary of the White house has ignored a limited amount of time and attention,” but other reporters, too.

“You ignore me and others like me, you ignored effectively those Americans who read our work and you can rely on us for the news every day,” he wrote.

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