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WIBC host Tony Katz was ‘live’ from the floor of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Thursday, where he had a chance to speak with some of the most significant names in politics.

Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer sat down with Tony to offer his perspective on Michael Cohen’s testimony Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee.


“For a lot of democrats, they were going after the President as a person. This was all supposed to be about Russia; it wasn’t. Further, I think the fact that democrats held this hearing on a day that the President was overseas negotiating the denuclearization of the North Korean peninsula was a disgrace. He wasn’t over there accepting an award; he wasn’t attending a state funeral or a conference. It was extremely unseemly and I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t more outrage.

Second, if you’re going to make the first hearing that you have with a convicted liar and you want America to believe him, then you have to believe all of them. And what Michael Cohen said was that there was no collusion with Russia and he was never in Prague, which undermines both the premise of collusion with Russia and the Steele dossier. So Democrats did more damage than not to their own case.”

Spicer also offered his perspective on the current state of mainstream journalism.

“I don’t think the state of journalism is unsalvageable, but I don’t see a willingness from journalists themselves to fix it. So no, I don’t have a lot of hope right now, but again, I don’t think it’s unsalvageable.”

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