President-elect Trump is on the way to becoming the most forthright and honest president ever. Democrats and their minions in the liberal and mainstream media are not very good at digging deep into anything or anyone they’ve decided to love, so this idea may be completely foreign to them – but the idea of having a free press is to ensure that our elected leaders don’t become corrupt tyrants.
The fact that Hillary Clinton and Obama escaped law enforcement and the FBI is a solid proof that not always the system works. President-elect Trump seems to have a solution for this and the precedent that he sets will outrage any future Democrat potuses.
Trump’s team is ready to move to the White House press conference from the small room to a much bigger one which more reporters and more transparency.
RNC chairman Reince Priebus briefly explained it: “You can fit four times the amount of people in the press conference, allowing more press, more coverage from all over the country. Some of this is getting way out of whack, and I think people should be encouraged that we have so many people who want to participate.”
Reince hit one thing on the head that should be highlighted and underlined and placed squarely in front of every idiot media talking head that complained and cried about possible Trump ‘corruption:’ more journalists want to cover Trump, and that is why space is being made for them.
This action is a flagrant and obvious evidence that reporters everywhere know that Trump is on the up-and-up. Unlike Obama or Hillary, they actually want to cover his administration. At least they know they’ll be accommodated, rather than neglected.
Another thing worth mentioning is that this report is coming from the Washington Post, a newspaper that’s been notoriously against Trump in the past. You have to admire the irony – an anti-Trump paper is being forced to state that reporters throughout the USA are looking forward to work in a new and transparent Trump administration, and there’s so many of them that Trump now has to move press conferences to a more spacious room.