This 15 August 2017 video from the USA says about itself:
President Donald Trump On Charlottesville: You Had Very Fine People, On Both Sides | CNBC
President Donald Trump answers questions at a press briefing on infrastructure at Trump Tower in New York.
Another video from the USA used to say about itself:
Sarah Huckabee scrambles after reporter asks why Trump thinks ‘very fine people’ march with racists
25 August 2017
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders refused to say why President Donald Trump thought there were some “very fine people” who protested alongside neo-Nazis in Charlottesville.
At a press briefing on Friday, ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl asked if Trump had spoken to his economic adviser Gary Cohn about his recent comments. Cohn said the president needed to do more to condemn hatred and bigotry.
“The president has been very outspoken in his condemnation of racism of bigotry, of hate of all forms,” Sanders replied. …
“What did the president mean”, Karl began to ask, before being cut off.
“Sorry, we are really short on time,” Sanders said.
By Chris D’Angelo in the USA today:
Updated 28 minutes ago
″I think that’s one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make,” press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
WASHINGTON — ESPN should consider firing host Jemele Hill for calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist”, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says.
“I think that’s one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make, and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN,” Sanders said during Wednesday’s press briefing.
Did Sarah Huckabee Sanders Break the Law When She Attacked a Black ESPN Reporter? Certain government employees are prohibited from influencing the employment decisions of private entities: here.
Asked by The Washington Post’s David Nakamura why an influential African American sportscaster might make such a comment, Sanders said, “I’m not going to speak for that individual, but I know that the president has met, again, with people like Senator [Tim] Scott, who are highly respected leaders in the African-American community.”
Scott, a Republican from South Carolina, met with Trump Wednesday at the White House, in part to discuss the president’s controversial comments following the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month that sparked deadly violence. After Trump at a news conference said there was “blame of both sides” for the violence, Scott told Vice News that the president’s “moral authority” had been “compromised.”
ESPN’s Jemele Hill is not backing down from her Trump comments.
The White House continues its war on ESPN’s Jemele Hill. A black woman criticized the president and the White House is very upset: here.
JEMELE HILL HAS BEEN SUSPENDED FOR TWO WEEKS Over a social media “violation.” Hill had previously spoken out against Trump. [HuffPost]
‘WE WON’T FORGET BEING CALLED AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE’ Staffers at the Capital Gazette published a powerful editorial in response to the mass shooting at the newspaper’s Annapolis, Maryland, offices last week. [HuffPost]
This video from the USA says about itself:
12 September 2017
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (R[epublican]) reversed course on pursuing allegations made against Trump University, a month after the Trump charitable foundation paid $25,000 to a group supporting Bondi’s campaign, and now Bondi has accepted a role in the Trump administration.
THAT TIME TREASURY SECRETARY STEVE MNUCHIN ASKED TO USE A GOVERNMENT PLANE FOR HIS EUROPEAN HONEYMOON Which would have cost taxpayers $25,000 per hour to operate. [HuffPost]