President Trump Announces First 16 Spots For White House Press Briefing Room

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – While  President Donald Trump announced that the White House Press Briefing Room will remain at its current location — The James S. Brady Room in the West Wing —  he said he gets to pick which reporters and news outlets will occupy each of the 49 seats.

In past administrations, it is the White House Correspondents Association that assigns all of those spots and determines the seating arrangement.

Today, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer released the first 16 spots personally chosen by Trump. He hinted that CNN and SNL will definitely not be given seats.

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