White House: Muslim ban isn’t a “ban,” even though Trump & Spicer called it a “ban”

White House press secretary Sean Spicer freaked out today over the media using the word “ban” to describe Trump’s Muslim ban.

Spicer said to call it something else, and that the media invented the incorrect term “ban.”

As CNN’s Jake Tapper points out, it was the White House, and both Donald Trump and Sean Spicer, who first called the Muslim ban a “ban.”

This is really good.

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3 Responses to “White House: Muslim ban isn’t a “ban,” even though Trump & Spicer called it a “ban””

  1. UncleBucky says:

    I guess it’s OK to like CNN now?

    And btw, it’s all I see on restaurant TVs, at least corporate one, no more Faux Noise in my sight at least…

  2. UncleBucky says:

    Jeez Louise….

  3. Mike_in_the_Tundra says:

    Do not pay attention to the man behind the curtain.

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