The White House photographer for the Obama administration expressed his anger at certain reporters not being invited to a gaggle on Friday.
— Pete Souza (@PeteSouza) February 24, 2017
Pete Souzsa was not happy that certain press organizations were kept out of a meeting with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and the media that was left out had a public meltdown over it.
Souzsa noted that Fox News was present at a random press conference in 2010.
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But this wasn’t a public briefing. It was an invite only gaggle, similar to something Souzsa has apparently forgotten President Obama did himself.
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— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) February 24, 2017
And apparently he did it on several occasions, according to the New York Times.
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Any pictures of Fox News attending those Mr. Souzsa?
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