The White House lays out new rules for reporters
The new White House rules for reporters specify three circumstances that could result in “suspension or revocation of the journalist’s hard pass” — asking more than one question, not yielding the floor, and failing to surrender a microphone.
What are the new White House rules for reporters?
Here’s the entirety of the document detailing the new White House rules for reporters:
Please be advised of the following rules governing future press conferences:
(1) A journalist called upon to ask a question will ask a single question and then will yield the floor to other journalists;
(2) At the discretion of the President or other White House official taking questions, a follow-up question or questions may be permitted; and where a follow up has been allowed and asked, the questioner will then yield the floor;
(3) “Yielding the floor” includes, when applicable, surrendering the microphone to White House staff for use by the next questioner;
(4) Failure to abide by any of rules (1)-(3) may result in suspension or revocation of the journalist’s hard pass.
Per White House letter to Acosta on Nov. 19, here are the new rules for press conferences at the White House. pic.twitter.com/a6C2pmLv2K
— ErikWemple (@ErikWemple) November 19, 2018
VIEDO: Nov. 20, 2018 – 6:02 – FOX NEWS- The Ingraham Angle – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and former CNN contributor Jeffrey Lord weigh in on the White House new rules for reporters:
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