RUSH: The Drive-Bys are miffed that Trump is not calling on ’em. Trump is gonna take questions beyond the subject of his new labor secretary. We have a montage of the media expressing their anger at Trump not calling on them.
BROOKE BALDWIN: President Trump avoiding some of these tough questions we just alluded to, right, by calling on only conservative outlets again today. How much longer can he keep up this, uh, strategy with the media?
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN: For the third time in a row at a press conference, President Trump called on only reporters from conservative news organizations. He’s avoiding the other networks.
CECILIA VEGA: …mainstream reporters who were clearly not happy with the fact that in this press conference did not call on mainstream news organizations, is leaning heavily on calling on conservative outlets. It’s not because we’re complaining as journalists —
MAN: Yes, it is.
CECILIA VEGA: — but they’re cherry-picking the questions, basically. They’re not getting tough questions.
ALI VELSHI: Will he stay concentrated, as he has been doing, on reporters from conservative outlets who are not asking him the pressing questions?
JIM ACOSTA: All of the questions have been handled by conservative press, and I — I think, Wolf, there’s no other way to describe it but, “The fix is in.”
RUSH: How juicy is that? A Drive-By journalist whining and moaning about the fix being in because he’s not being called on. As I pointed out, Katie Pavlich was called on from Townhall. She’s not a Trump supporter. It’s just she didn’t ask him about Flynn. “That’s the only thing that matters, don’t you know? Flynn! What did Trump know and when did he know it? It’s all that matters! It’s all that matters! And if nobody asks him that, then journalism didn’t really happen,” and if journalism didn’t happen, it means nobody tried to destroy Trump.
And that is what they are upset about.