Incoming White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer told Fox News on Thursday that President-elect Donald Trump would be the use of social media as a “direct pipeline” for communication with the American people.
Spicer, who was known as a press spokesman earlier Thursday said “The Kelly File” in an exclusive interview that Trump was unique among the politicians, because “he did not everything through the filter of the mainstream media.”
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It is absolutely fascinating and it is every day, every hour, just incredible,” said Spicer host Sandra Smith. “Because you know that you can return to the conversation with the American people, and it with him.”
Spicer said he believed that the trump card of the administration would hold daily press briefings, despite occasional suggestions otherwise. However, he left open the possibility that they exist in a modified form.
“Can we do something better? Can we be more effective? Can we the American people are first in some?” Spicer asked. “It is not a question to get rid of certain things … maybe we add an element to them. Maybe not everything on the camera, maybe we bring more people in the process.”
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When asked how he would balance the President-elect of the turbulent relationship with the media, Spicer responded, “I think there is a difference between calling people and understand the role that the press plays in a free society.
“The press has a right to and stories to write … but I think, as well, and that is what Donald Trump has … is proven that when people are wrong, he is accountable and he will correct the record.”