Opinion

And then there were none

In the first months of President Donald Trump’s presidency, the briefing room was standing room only. Around the room’s 49 assigned seats for the press, with the front rows reserved for big media, reporters with smaller news outfits jostled for space and a chance to pose a question of then-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

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