Sean Spicer Blows Up At Press Over Using The Term “Ban” (Just Like Trump Has Many, Many Times) [VIDEO]

Politico reports:

White House press secretary Sean Spicer insisted on Tuesday at his daily briefing that the executive order signed by the president last week does not constitute a “travel ban.” Just over an hour earlier, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said the same.

Those statements put both men at odds with their boss, President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly referred to the order he signed Friday as a “ban.” Spicer attempted to explain away that discrepancy Tuesday, telling reporters in the briefing room that the president was merely “using the words the media is using.”

During a brief exchange with reporters in the Oval Office last Saturday, Trump said his controversial order implemented a day earlier would put in place a “very, very strict ban.” The president followed that remark with a post to his Twitter account on Monday, defending the abrupt implementation of his order by writing that “if the ban were announced with a one week notice, the ‘bad’ would rush into our country during that week. A lot of bad ‘dudes’ out there!”