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Former Press Secretary Sean Spicer is in the Briefing Room at the White House, occupying the Newsmax seat.

President Trump is speaking now, talking about his conversation with Senate Minority Leader Schumer.
 
Will advise of anything off-camera.

Update: “In the back, please”, Trump called on Sean Spicer to ask a question without calling on his name.

He asked about Burr and Loeffler and their stock sales.

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