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Press Secretary: WH Aims to Offer More Information 'on the Record'

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By    |   Tuesday, 24 October 2017 12:09 PM

The White House is aiming to present more information on camera, said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday.

"That's something that we've tried, I think, to do with some success over the last couple of months, is working more to do on the record, certainly on-camera, briefings, to allow that sense of access and sense of transparency," Sanders said in a panel discussion Monday, according to The Hill.

The White House is "constantly having to compete with anonymous sources," Sanders said, calling the anonymous sourcing "a really big problem."

"Now anybody with a computer can be a journalist," she added.

On Tuesday, Sanders appeared on "Fox & Friends," and mentioned the war of words between President Donald Trump and Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.

"If Bob Corker is suggesting leaving it to the professionals, and he's referring to himself, we've left it to him long enough and he's been ineffective, and now I think we need to let the president take the lead," Sanders said during the "Fox & Friends" interview.

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump tweeted that Corker could not "get elected dog catcher."

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