White House Vice Press Secretary Hogan Gidley complained this weekend about mainstream media coverage of President Donald Trump and voiced his view that "it would be great if we had a compliant, compliant medium . " Interview with Howard Kurtz of Fox News on Mediabuzz Sunday condemned Gidley's recent coverage of the President's hostile meeting with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday, which led to the Democrat leader accusing him "Temperament" to have temper tantrum that we can all see. "
" The President recently asked you and Sarah Sanders and Kellyanne [Conway] to vouch for not having had a temper tantrum at this meeting with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. They said you were not at this meeting, but they talked about another meeting. There has been all sorts of media mockery … Was it annoying for all advisers to have to vouch for the boss? "Asked Kurtz Gidley.
" No way. Especially if you are exposed to 92 percent of the negative coverage of you. We have to vouch for him all the time. It's amazing how the media report on what he does, what he says, what makes everything negative, no matter how positive the topic may be, "Gidley replied before clarifying that he was referring to" a majority of journalists. " [1
Gidley explained that this is the reason Trump's statements "bring everything directly to the Americans" on Twitter.
Trump is said to have stormed from a White House meeting with Pelosi and Schumer on Wednesday after Pelosi accused him of "covering up" the blockade on his government's domestic democratic efforts to obtain documents based on their own Investigations in the US relate to the president's personal and operational finances.
The President went to the Rose Garden after leaving the heated meeting to tell reporters his version of the events and to ask the Democrats to throw their probes into him.
Meeting Democrats about infrastructure who did not really think they were going to do any infrastructure or anything other than research, and I just saw Nancy Pelosi doing something shortly before our meeting made a statement that "we believe that President of the United States is involved in a cover-up. " Well, it turns out that I'm probably the most transparent president in the history of this country, "the president said of his unexpected exit from the meeting." Instead of happily attending a meeting, I look at people who have just said That I Make a Cover-Up. "
After Pelosi had told her Democratic colleague that Trump had a" temper tantrum for all of us "In a letter that was later dispatched in the evening, the President defended his behavior in a tweet and asked several members of his team to vouch for him at a Thursday morning press conference.
"I was extremely reassure you yesterday at my meeting with Pelosi and Schumer, knowing that they would say I was tobeing What they always do with their partner, Fake News Media Well, so many stories about the meeting use the Rage narrative anyway – Fake & Corrupt Pre ss! ", Tweeted Trump.
Kurtz noted that the media reporting the incident gave "both sides" of the story. "How is this fake and corrupt press?" He asked Gidley.
"Because of the language they used and they say things like" he was angry "or" he stormed out. "These are editorial words, you can say that he left the meeting, you can say that he left the meeting, "Gidley replied.
That's fair," Kurtz said.
"Define abruptly," Gidley argued. "He gave his message and left the meeting, no deadline was set in advance."