US Christian TV to Sean Spicer: People are wondering how to pray for you

15:29  20 july  2017
15:29  20 july  2017 Source:   MSN

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I’m learning how to run a better staff debriefing thanks to Sean Spicer . I’m a grateful winner. By asking for prayer for the Governator and the show’s ratings, President Trump was in essence asking people to pray for the success of the show and the Governator.

Celebrity. TV . Arts + Culture. Backspace. That’s how the Christian Broadcasting Network promoted its interview Wednesday with White House press secretary Sean Spicer . At its conclusion, Brody told Spicer a lot of viewers “want to know how they can pray for you .”

White House press secretary Sean Spicer.© Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

It’s not easy for most news outlets to get White House press secretary Sean Spicer in front of a camera these days. After all, the Trump administration has banned live video broadcasts of its press briefings, and Spicer himself has largely retreated from the spotlight following a string of gaffes and public humiliations.

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But the Christian Broadcasting Network, televangelist Pat Robertson’s media company, seemed to have no trouble landing an on-camera interview with President Trump’s increasingly elusive spokesman.

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On Wednesday, CBN launched a politics-focused online talk show called “Faith Nation,” and Spicer was the inaugural guest.

“No cameras at the press briefing, no problem,” read a post promoting his interview.

The eight-minute segment, streamed on Facebook live, began with an overture from host Juan Garcia, CBN’s social media correspondent. “Today we bring the press briefing room to you,” he said. “And guess what? The cameras are on.”

Sean Spicer speaks to CBN’s “Faith Nation” program.© Screen grab via CBN Sean Spicer speaks to CBN’s “Faith Nation” program.

Spicer appeared via a video feed standing under the hot morning sun in the White House courtyard, where he fielded friendly questions about health care, the Russia scandal, the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv — and, of course, controversy over the administration’s decision not to hold televised press briefings.

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“You’re must-see TV. You’re like the ‘Seinfeld’ of television politics,” host David Brody gushed. “Give us the sense of what you decide there is going to be on-camera, off-camera.”

“We brief every day,” Spicer responded. “For some individuals, they want everything on camera every day.”

Apparently lacking even the slightest sense of irony, CBN then cut to background footage of Spicer fielding questions from reporters in an on-camera briefing. Spicer continued talking.

“I think for a lot of folks that they’re more interested in getting a clip to put on the Internet, to put on their news, and we’re not,” he said. “We’re interested in making sure we communicate with the American people, that we give the press an opportunity to get their questions answered. But we’re not here to make it a spectacle either.”

Spicer has appeared in the White House briefing room just once since late June, taking questions from reporters on Monday in an off-camera conference. The White House stopped holding on-camera briefings on June 29.

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It has been reported today that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has been moved to the position of communications And the American people can see that the President is making the right moves to get the economy going again. MR. SPICER : No, I was explaining to him how it works.

Trump has not held a formal news conference since the early days of his administration, instead speaking mostly with Fox News, where he is held in high regard. A few days before Spicer’s interview with “Faith Nation,” he appeared on CBN’s “700 Club” for a cozy conversation with Robertson, one of the evangelical community’s biggest Trump boosters.

In his talk with “Faith Nation,” Spicer touched on the congressional Republicans’ failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act, saying Trump planned to “keep fighting.”

When the hosts asked him about the investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, Spicer deflected, shifting the discussion back to health care, tax reform and other issues. He lamented that Trump’s “Made in America” week, which kicked off to little fanfare Monday, didn’t get much attention from national news outlets — but that was par for the course, he said.

“That’s one of those challenges that we face,” he said, “breaking through and talking to local and regional reporters and outlets, because I think that’s where we get our bang for our buck.”

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But I wonder … are we strategically and sufficiently teaching our children (and ourselves) to thank God for the difficulties, and even more so, the difficult people in our lives? How should you pray for these people ?

That week was the Hindenberg crossed with the Titanic all shoved into a Holocaust Center—which is how Sean Spicer referred to concentration camps in a press briefing. Somehow, somehow, Sean Spicer topped them all by saying Hitler didn’t gas people .

The hosts closed the segment with a question from CBN viewers: “They want to know how they can pray for you.”

“Honestly, any time that someone says that they’re praying, that’s a very meaningful thing,” Spicer said. “I appreciate any and all of it.”

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Waters: Pence is planning his inauguration .
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