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The White House press corps should pursue facts, not an agenda
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The White House press corps should pursue facts, not an agenda

TheBlaze Radio host Chris Salcedo discussed American Urban Radio Networks' April Ryan's interaction with White House press secretary Sean Spicer and how, from his perspective, it was clear that she had an agenda of her own aside from a desire to discover and report the facts in an unbiased fashion.

"April Ryan is a biased, liberal journalist. No, you're not a journalist when you're biased. A biased, liberal reporter," Chris said in response to the question Ryan posed to Spicer.

Clearly irritated at Ryan's question, in which she started with the premise that the White House has an image problem it needed to fix, Spicer fired back:

"I've said it from the day that I got here, until whenever, there is no connection. You've got Russia. If the president puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that's a 'Russian' connection."

Salcedo added his own answer to Ryan's question: "How do you change the perception problem of Russia ties with Donald Trump? Well, it would help if people like you, April Ryan, would report the words, 'No evidence of collusion.' And until there's something different, get on to other stories that are happening right now, ... But you can't do that can you? Because that doesn't fit in with your editor's agenda, and Sean Spicer called you out on it yesterday."

To see more from Chris, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Chris Salcedo Show” weekdays 2–5 p.m. ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.



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