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RNC Spokesman Bashes Two Male Reporters For B.S. Objectivity On Trump

Betsy Rothstein Gossip blogger
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On Monday afternoon Republican National Committee Spokesman Sean Spicer went after Politico‘s Glenn Thrush and WaPo‘s Chris Cillizza after they mocked a big speech from Trump.

In other words, he may be the most outlandish, sometimes maybe racist presidential candidate — well, ever — but he’s THEIR presidential candidate.

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This is when Spicer chimed in and questioned their objectivity.

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Thrush fired back.

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Trump misspoke about the shooter being born in Afghanistan, which is reflected in written remarks sent to reporters. The terrorist was born in New York.

Predictably, a bunch of readers lashed out about the food truck crack. For example, Purple Haired Bitch remarked, “That’s not very nice, I know some very organized food truck owners.”

Thrush sort of tried to soothe relations with Spicer.

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He also attempted to appease food truck lovers everywhere.

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Business Insider‘s senior editor Josh Barro tried to jump into the fray but couldn’t get a bite.

“Do you think this is a good speech?” he asked meekly on Twitter.

The GOP Convention in Cleveland should be a hoot.