Sean Spicer loses it when NBC reporter asks ‘when can we trust the president?’
"Should they trust the president, is it phony or real when he says President Obama was wiretapped?”
“The president used the word wiretapping,” the press secretary continued, gesturing air quotes, “to mean, broadly, surveillance and other activities during that.”...
"....when he says something, can we trust that it’s real?” Alexander said again. “Or should we assume that it’s phony?”
“Trust that it’s real!” Spicer insisted.
“How can we believe that it’s real when you just told us that’s it’s phony?” Alexander shot back.
“The bottom line is the question is still not answered. Can you say affirmatively that whenever the president says something, we can trust it to be real?”
“If he’s not joking!” Spicer exclaimed.
“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."