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.

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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.

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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 .

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