Hadas Gold

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Hadas Gold is a reporter for Politico, covering the media.

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer is out.  He'd been keeping a low-level profile recently — with his deputy Sarah Huckabee Sanders handling many news briefings.

Sean Spicer resigns amid White House press shake-up

White House press secretary Sean Spicer is out.  He'd been keeping a low-level profile recently — with his deputy Sarah Huckabee Sanders handling many news briefings.

from To the Point

The cable networks were all airing James Comey’s hearing live, but they built completely different narratives about the Comey-Russia story.

How the Comey hearing played on different media outlets

The cable networks were all airing James Comey’s hearing live, but they built completely different narratives about the Comey-Russia story.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As we go to air,  Donald Trump is meeting with reporters and staff at the New York Times .

Trump meets with the New York Times and blasts the media

As we go to air, Donald Trump is meeting with reporters and staff at the New York Times .

from To the Point

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