The undercutting follows a familiar sequence: a Trump official is sent in front of the media to give a message – then Trump swoops in and says the opposite
Among the many bizarre twists and sometimes terrifying turns of the Trump presidency, one pattern has stood out: Trump’s continued undermining of key administration figures, senior advisers and communications staff.
The undercutting follows a familiar sequence. A Trump official – frequently the beleaguered press secretary, Sean Spicer – is sent in front of the media to give a response or message.
“It was all him,” Spicer said of Rosenstein, as a reporter repeated his answer back to him. “That’s correct – I mean, I can’t, I guess I shouldn’t say that, thank you for the help on that one. No one from the White House. That was a DoJ decision.”
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