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
- Thy shall not shake thy head.
- Thy shall not nod thy head.
- Thy shall leave your f*****g head still.
- Thy shall not roll thy eyes.
- Thy shall not sigh loudly.
- Thy shall not mutter to thy self such things like “unbelievable”, or “you’ve got to be kidding”, or “alternative facts”.
- Thy shall not ask hard questions.
- Thy shall not ask thoughtful or insightful questions.
- Thy shall not ask a question unless thy knoweth the answer already.
- 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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