The White House Press needs a makeover. The reporters are political hacks who ask confrontational questions that have nothing to do with helping Americans get valuable information. President Trump is bombarded with gotcha questions every day. Today was no different…

President Trump went at it with Playboy (yes, Playboy is still around) reporter Brian Karem today during the Coronavirus Task Force press conference.

Karem kept talking over President Trump and then talked over another reporter after the president told him to be quiet:

“I told them when they put this guy here, it’s nothing but trouble he’s a showboat,” Trump said. “If you keep talking, I’ll leave and you can have it out with the rest of these people…Just a loudmouth.”

The questions asked have zero value for anyone except the “showboating” reporters. Karem should be kicked out of the White House media because of the ridiculous way he behaves every time he asks a question. This is not the first time he’s behaved this poorly.

June of 2017, Karem went at it with Sarah Huckabee-Sanders

Yesterday a 56-year-old reporter representing Playboy magazine had an epic meltdown in the White House press briefing room after White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders put him in his place following the release of an undercover bombshell video by Project Veritas that exposed CNN as a network that fabricates news for ratings.

Brian Karem complained about journalists being called out as “fake news” when they report falsehoods and protested on behalf of the honor of all White House journalists. –Conservative Treehouse

In an effort to capitalize on his moment in the sun, today 56-year-old Brian Karem runs to the Associated Press and claims Sarah Sanders and Sean Spicer (White House Press Secretaries) are “bullying him” and not giving him enough respect:

AP – The reporter who accused White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders of inflaming the public against the media at a press briefing says he did it because he’s tired of being bullied by the administration.

“There’s a time and a place for everything and the time has come to stand up and be counted,” Karem told The Associated Press on Wednesday. “I’m tired of taking it. I want friendly relationships, but those who want respect, show respect. We have shown that man and shown the administration respect for six months, and all we’re getting in return is a lack of respect, derision and bullying.”

Karem, 56, is not a representative of the large national media organizations repeatedly described as “fake news” by the president. Besides his editing, he writes for Playboy, where his first-person account of the confrontation was posted late Tuesday. 

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