New York, Jun 26 (AP) White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s briefing with reporters created fiction today, with CNN’s Jim Acosta interrupting President Donald Trump’s chief spokesman to demand he explain why television cameras were ordered off. Also Read - As Trump Begins to Concede, President-elect Joe Biden Carefully Picks Key Posts For His Cabinet

Spicer said the White House will have a mix of different ways to deal with media questions. Also Read - White House Planning For Trump to Serve Second Term Despite His Reelection Loss, Says Official

Spicer also met today with the White House Correspondents Association, which has expressed concerns about dwindling opportunities to question the new administration in open, free-wheeling formats. Also Read - Mike Pompeo Asserts Trump Has Won US Polls, Says There Will be a Smooth Transition to Administration 2.0

The White House has appeared to adopt a communications strategy of dealing primarily with its base of supporters.

Trump had two interviews in the past week with the Fox News Channel morning show “Fox & Friends.” (AP) KJ

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