Trump’s Rift With Press Will Grow If Reporters Are Kicked Out Of White House

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Michael Calderone Senior Media Reporter, The Huffington Post NEW YORK ― Donald Trump’s team is considering moving press conferences out of the White House briefing room, where they’ve been held for decades, in a potential change that has alarmed journalists just days before the start of the new administration.

“No briefings shouldn’t move out of the White House,” April Ryan, a veteran White House reporter for American Urban Radio Networks, tweeted Sunday.

Esquire  reported  Saturday night that the incoming administration “may evict” reporters from the White House, with one unnamed senior official calling the press “the opposition party.”