The White House Correspondents’ Ten Commandments

If you follow the news from the #White House press briefings, you know that Sean #Spicer snapped at a female reporter, April #Ryan from the American Urban Radio Networks, telling her to “stop shaking your head.” Obviously, the problem is a lack of clear guidelines for correspondents. To clear the air and calm everyone down, I propose these rules:

The White House Correspondents’ Ten Commandments

  1. Thy shall not shake thy head.
  2. Thy shall not nod thy head.
  3. Thy shall leave your f*****g head still.
  4. Thy shall not roll thy eyes.
  5. Thy shall not sigh loudly.
  6. Thy shall not mutter to thy self such things like “unbelievable”, or “you’ve got to be kidding”, or “alternative facts”.
  7. Thy shall not ask hard questions.
  8. Thy shall not ask thoughtful or insightful questions.
  9. Thy shall not ask a question unless thy knoweth the answer already.
  10. Thy shall not seek truth, knowledge or a straight answer.

If fact, just don’t ask any questions.

I hope this helps.

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