American journalists were unable to ask the president questions after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on two British reporters.
"Rather than running off to Cancun in tough times, @clarissaward is risking her life to tell the world what's happening. That's called bravery," CNN tweeted.
The Fox 26 Houston reporter made waves on Monday night when she claimed live on air that the network has been "muzzling" her.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Saturday it will cease its longtime controversial practice of secretly obtaining journalists' records during leak investigations.
Chinese officials used contact tracing forms and cellphone "health apps" to harass and intimidate journalists last year, says a new report from the Foreign Correspondents' Club in China.
Despite some people from the sports world praising Favre, a number of people felt it was hypocritical that people often tell athletes to "stick to sports" yet cheered on the former Packers QB for endorsing Trump.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security said he immediately terminated a program that monitored journalists who had published leaked DHS documents after the Washington Post ran a July 30 story uncovering the controversial practice.
"If assigned to go into a hotspot, you must be provided a hazmat suit, respirator and proper training," read the guidelines released Wednesday.
Senator John Kennedy said the proposed restrictions on reporters during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump were a "huge mistake" and that if senators "don't want to make a comment, they know how to say 'no comment.'"
Angel Cardenas, a reporter for Good Day Sacramento, has been let go by the station after a segment that saw him jumping on and otherwise damaging a number of classic vehicles at the Sacramento International Auto Show.
"I briefly got the hand today," said NBC reporter Kelly O'Donnell.
"The fact that you even ask that question. You're fake news because you know what, he totally corrected himself in the afternoon and you know that just as well as anybody," Trump said.
"It just comes from 10yrs of reporting in NYC!" said WABC 7 reporter Darla Miles of seamlessly stiff-arming a pedestrian walking in front of the camera.
"Never before have U.S. journalists been subjected to so many death threats or turned so often to private security firms for protection," the report said.
It was a jabroni move.
"Fewer news shows. More opinion shows. Less resources for reporters to report."
The press secretary also inaccurately claimed that the White House has not been holding fewer briefings.
During a feisty press conference, the president claimed that his administration is running like a "fine-tuned machine."
According to three organizations, no real evidence of Martinović's involvement with criminal activity has been presented.
Trump this week has switched his rhetoric from blaming his second-place win in Iowa on his recent decisions, to attacking Ted Cruz for "fraud" in the state.