👓 MSNBC declines to allow Sarah Sanders to dictate its programming | Washington Post

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It had been nearly a month since Sarah Sanders had held what was once known as a “daily” briefing. So when the White House press secretary — along with White House officials Larry Kudlow and John Bolton — took the podium on Tuesday afternoon, cable-news channels jumped right on the proceedings. Well, most of them, anyway. While CNN and Fox News carried the tripartite briefing from the very beginning, MSNBC stayed away — until it had blown off the entire session.
This may be some of the best news I’ve heard in a year. I hope that there’s something to be learned from the experience.

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