R.I.P. MSNBC. See ya CNN. Adios Jorge Ramos.

Trump’s white house press secretary Sean Spicer said on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show, “business as usual is over” for the liberal media. Trump will have conversations directly with the American people.

Spicer said,

“Business as usual is over. And I think what I mean by that is that you know, the President-elect looks at this and says what’s best for the country? How do we put America and Americans first and stop trying to figure out how we cater to you know, pundits and the establishment class, big donors. He is putting Americans first and foremost.“

“There’s no question that you see through the platforms that exist right now, whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, he can have a conservation with the American people and not just limit it through the filter of the mainstream media.”

RIP MSNBC. See ya CNN. Adios Jorge Ramos.

“Maybe we do some town hall, you know, Facebook town halls. Maybe we go out and solicit input from Twitter. I don’t, I mean, the answer is we’re looking at a lot of things

“I think that’s where sometimes the liberal media gets this wrong. It’s not saying we’re going to treat it like a business, quote unquote. It’s making sure that there’s a mentality that says can we make sure we get the American people a better product for their money so that they’re enjoying their lives better.”