Trump is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill -White House

First lady Melania Trump said Friday that she's hired Timothy Harleth, a top employee at Trump International Hotel in Washington, to be the new White House chief usher.

He didn't have his usual easel, but he stood in the back of the briefing room to document the scene.

Some conservative media voices dismissed it as a stunt, but CNN argued that the sketch session did serve a journalistic goal, in the same way that courtroom sketches do. "It sent an actual sketch artist because it's a way to create a picture--paint a picture of these briefings for people". He has covered a wide range of cases, including the Clinton impeachment proceedings, terror suspect trials, and Guantanamo Bay detainee hearings. "There's a lot of ideas in there - he's talked about having heart", White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters when asked if Trump preferred the Senate's draft to a bill to repeal Obamacare approved by the House of Representatives.

After firing the current White House Chief Usher, the person who oversees the White House residence staff, the Trump Family has now found a replacement. Most of their Q&A sessions have been held off-camera.

Ivanka posted a photo on Instagram Friday (above) of her daughter posing in front of part of the China Collection in the White House's China Room and captioned it: 'Raise your hand if you're ready for the weekend?!' "If they can't give us the answers to the questions on camera or where we can record the audio, they're basically pointless at this point", Acosta added. "I think it's great for us to come out here and have a substantive discussion about policies". But in an interview on Fox News on Friday, Mr. Spicer demurred when he was asked if he was taking on a new role. "I don't think that the be all and end all is whether it's on television or not".

  • Zachary Reyes