The White House Says It Won't Answer Questions About Russia Anymore

The White House Says It Won't Answer Questions About Russia Anymore

The White House Says It Won't Answer Questions About Russia Anymore

With new details regarding Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and Attorney General Jeff Sessions' alleged contacts with Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak coming to light, the White House has been inundated with questions regarding the controversy - which is understandable, given Trump team has been trying to brush it under the rug since Day 1. "It's very important to know that I can be helpful on the outside; if they want me to help on the inside and the right role is there, I'd be willing to consider that". "If the president has a decision on anything, we'll be sure to let you know".

However, Trump has privately and publicly pinned much of the blame for his administration's woes on the communications effort. The assembled reporters wanted more, crying out in unison, but the more-subdued-than-normal press secretary left it there.

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Nonetheless, Lewandowski, who led the small team that steered Trump's primary victory, has the trust of the president - an advantage that many of Trump's aides lack.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer calls on a member of the media during the daily press briefing at the White House, Tuesday, May 30, 2017, in Washington. "It's not as if Trump's appointed spokespeople are doing worse than the man himself", said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

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The question Spicer declined to take on Tuesday was direct: Did Trump obstruct justice in his conversations with James B. Comey, the Federal Bureau of Investigation director he fired on May 9?

Comey had agreed to testify in a public session before the Senate Intelligence Committee as early as next week, CNN reported Wednesday.

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More people - 42 percent - thought Spicer hurt the administration compared to the 28 percent who thought he helped. Just among Republicans, a majority thought all the mentioned officials are doing a good job.

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