- White House holds its first on-camera press briefing in three weeks
- Sean Spicer resigns as Trump press secretary after six months
- Sean Spicer quits and the world loses another reality TV celebrity
Here’s a video feed of the room – we’ll stick it atop the blog too:
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the 21 July 2017 White House press briefing, scheduled to begin at 2pm ET.
Out of habit we almost typed “daily press briefing”, but the fact is that the White House has not had one of these, on-camera, for three weeks.