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fleischer, former press secretary to george w. bush. [ cheers and applause ] and years of experience on the hill. adas gold, who is an alum that of ours from the school of media and public affairs and now media correspondent and jeff mason, also introduced to you as the president of the white house correspondents association, now and from reuters. well, fair is fair, jim. you get first shot at that -- >> why are you saying that, frank? i think we heard some alternative facts there. regarding that press conference at trump tower. i just pulled up a clip from media. you heard sean spicer there say that he told me -- or i said that he told me that i would be thrown out if i tried to ask a tough question. not true. here's the quote. and this is what i said on cnn following the news conference. sean spicer, the incoming press secretary, did say to me that if i were to do that again, as an interrupt, i was going to be thrown out of this press conference. nowhere in there did i say, if i tried to ask a tough question would i be thrown out of the press conference. that he said that. that is --
media coverage of the trump administration and the public perception of the news media. from george washington university, this is almost two hours. >> good evening, everybody. i'm frank sesno, director of the school of media and public affairs. i'm a recovering journalist. not sure we ever fully recover and that's a good thing. i would like to thank you all very very much for being here at a remarkable moment in our history and for a conversation that i hope is instructive to you, to our students at the school of media and public affairs and throughout the university, to those of you who are journalists and really, to the country because we have got c-span and facebook live and a number of other media here, and i think that we will benefit from both hearing from the new white house press secretary at a time of some suspense and drama, and also from hearing from those who are the journalists assigned to the white house who go there to do their job every day and from ari fleischer, former white house press secretary. so in the room, c-span, our broadcast -- that's broadcasting this t
media coverage of president trump. the george washington university hosted this two-hour event. >> good evening everybody. the schoolrector of of media and public affairs. as barbara porter and i like to say, i am a recovering journalist. i would like to thank you all for being here. at a remarkable moment in our history. and for a conversation i hope is instructive to you, to our theents, and throughout university to those of you who are journalists and to the country because we have c-span and facebook live and a number of other media here. i think we will benefit from hearing from the new white house secretary at a time of some drama. thoseso from hearing from who are journalists a signed to the white house who go there to fromeir job every day and ari fleischer, a former white house press secretary. in the room, it's c-span, broadcasting this this evening. and gw facebook live. i would like to acknowledge a couple of people quickly. and of course to and foremost to start with the 16th president of the george washington university, stephen knapp. [applause] an barbara porter
16th president of the george washington university, steven knack. thank you so much for being here. and barbara porter, who is an unshakeable friend of smpa. i would also like to recognize lorain voles and steve collins, leaders at this university. thank you for being here as well. we are also joined this evening and i look forward to hearing from him later for his perspective, just before we go to student questions and audience questions for our panelists, when we have our panelists up, professor stephen roberts who for years was with the "new york times," that's where i met him when he was covering, when we were both covering the reagan white house. you have covered how many presidents in one form or another? he can't remember. he does not go back to mckinley which is when white house press first started covering from in the white house but i look forward to hearing that. i want to thank college republicans and college democrats for producing this and presenting this evening with us, so thank you both, college democrats and republicans. the fact that this event is presented by sm
president of the george washington university, stephen knapp. [applause] an barbara porter who is unshakable friend. i would also like to recognize the rain and steve collins, leaders at the university. thank you for being here. we are also joined this evening and i look forward to hearing from him later to get his professor stephen roberts who was four years with the new york times. that is where i met him when we were both covering the reagan white house. you covered how many presidents? >> i cannot remember. >> he does not go back to mckinley. but i look forward to hearing from him. collegeo thank republicans and college democrats for producing this. thank you both college democrats and republicans. [applause] the fact that this event is presented by this university and by college democrats and republicans as a testimony to what we are all about and why we are here which is to create a , engaging, provocative, and respectful place for discussion and debate. there is arguably no time in our respect.o demonstrate i would ask all of you to show that respect and join in this conver
>> we are taking you live now to george washington university for a conversation with white house press secretary sean spicer on the media coverage of president trump's administration. he will be joined by former white house correspondent, ari fleischer as well as several other white house correspondents. this is live coverage here on c-span 3. again, we're live at george washington university waiting for a conversation with white house press secretary sean spicer on the media coverage of president trump's administration. tomorrow, the senate judiciary committee will hold a markup meeting to vote on the nomination of alabama senator jeff sessions to be the next u.s. attorney general. if he receives enough votes in committee the nomination moves to the senate floor for debate and a final vote. you can see that judiciary committee meeting live at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span 3. also tuesday, the senate begins debate on the nomination of elaine chow to be the next transportation secretary. that debate starts at noon eastern followed by a final confirmation vote at 12:20 p.m. a simple
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