As spokesman for President Trump, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer barred TV cameras and and prohibited live audio broadcasts for the third time on Friday this week.
His job is now available, so who could take is place. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is not saying whether she'll get it. Could Megyn Kelly be an option? After all, she did recently interview Russian leader Vladamir Putin, despite mixed reviews.
Either way, new organizations are entertaining their readers with what "would be said", commenting heavily on Sean Spicer's behavior over the way he chooses to conduct White House press briefings, sans press.