Another day, another controversy, and another expected performance by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer presenting alternate facts from an alternate Trump reality. American Bridge Vice President Shripal Shah calls on Spicer to finally level with the American people when he takes the podium today and answer the following questions:
- How can the American people trust Jeff Sessions to obey the rule of law as Attorney General, even if that means defying the President, since he is being credited with some of Trump’s most legally questionable actions thus far by members of the administration?
- In keeping with the spirit of today’s cyber-security announcement, will President Trump surrender his unsecured Android phone and will top White House staff stop using private emails to discuss White House and Trump related topics?
- After backing down on a rumored anti-LGBT executive order yesterday, is any executive action scaling back LGBT rights in the works?
- Has President Trump’s SCOTUS nominee provided their tax returns for scrutiny? Will President Trump finally do the same?
- Does the Trump administration believe someone caught plagiarizing from others is really the best we can do to lead the Department of Education?
- Customs and Border Protection has confirmed more than 1,000 people were impacted by President Trump’s Muslim ban over the weekend including 394 lawful permanent residents. Will you correct your statement yesterday that only 109 people experienced “inconvenience”?
- Does President Trump still consider Gregg Phillips, registered to vote in three states, to be a voter fraud “expert”?
Published: Jan 31, 2017