White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made his grand return to the podium for his first on-camera press briefing in two weeks, stepping out for an administration that thinks the messaging (and not the darn Russia thing) is the source of their problems. That's like saying that after a catastrophic crash, a car just needs a better paint job.
This morning, White House communications director Mike Dubke quit, begging the question, "Wait, someone was directing these communications?"
And now, in an attempt to communicate on behalf of a White House that thinks they can lie their way out of messes that they've lied themselves into, Sean Spicer aggressively said a whole lot of nothing which, in Trumpworld, is everything.
Most notably, Spicer refused to answer whether Donald Trump knew about Jared Kushner seeking back-channel communications with Russia using Russian equipment in the Russian embassy. Russia.