After getting off to a shaky start on his first day, Sean Spicer improved in his second press briefing. He now seems to have settled into a groove in his third briefing, as both Spicer and the assembled media adjust to the new setup.
One notable change is how many more news organizations are included, as bloggers, talk radio, and a wider range of online news organizations are now in the briefing room – and being called upon to ask questions.
While the traditional media won’t like it, the expanded crowd means more perspectives can be heard, and it is a recognition of how much the media landscape has changed.
Watch: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s third briefing:
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