In his first briefing at the White House since June 28, press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday will address reporters off-camera.
The press briefing is scheduled for 2 p.m. in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House.
There have been no recent briefings to President Donald Trump’s trip to Europe from July 5-8 for the G20 summit and his visit to France last week.
Spicer, who has not been in the public view much recently, has assumed many of the duties of the White House communications director following Mike Dubke’s resignation from the position in early June.
Sarah Hukabee Sanders, Spicer’s deputy, has been conducting most of the recent press briefings which have increasingly been held off-camera.
Critics of off-camera briefings argue that they must be recorded in order to ensure transparency and proper transference of information to the American people.
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