Sky News
10 minutes
I think his comments about the relationship of the press moving forward were interesting. He's that we should have the right to correct the record, just as you all do.
Sky News
16 minutes
There is times when you tweet something out or publish stories and he published a correction. That does not mean that you instantly try to deceive readers or the public, does a? I think we should be afforded the same opportunities. Lets cross to the White House now and our correspondent Cordelia Lynch. and there was speculation whether some press might boycott the briefing after a combative start to the relationship of the press corps and Sean Spicer after his statement on Saturday.
BBC News 24
19 minutes
We're not seeing that with Donald Trump, we are seeing him come out with guns blazing condemning the media for their coverage, and we heard the Sean Spicer during the press conference saying they were being overly negative and not talking about any of the goodly have done.
BBC News 24
20 minutes
From that point there has been an adversarial relationship between the US press and media and Donald Trump and that has not changed. Looking at past administrations, traditionally new presidents try to curry favour with the media. I remember Barack Obama in 2009 had a dinner party with conservative commentators as a way of showing he was listening to them and wanted to take their concerns seriously.
Sky News
21 minutes
This is not sound like a White House Press Secretary, at war with the media, but I think there will still be lingering concerns about both what he is conducting himself, but particularly the president, who seems to see the media as anniversaries.
Sky News
22 minutes
It was a really shocking performance on Saturday when he came out and send that he has accused the press of being deliberately undermining the enthusiasm for the inauguration, and I think the concern for the press also was that at the same time they were talking about a war with the media.
BBC News 24
28 minutes
A much more complex undertaking. But it's these issues that won him the election and not a bizarre row over how big the crowd was at his inauguration. We know that the new White House has a frosty relationship so far with the press and Sean Spicer has told the press he intends to present them with the facts about the new administration.
Sky News
42 minutes
That is a clear departure from tradition. The Trump White House is trying to be different, there are, it would take, to take an and media requests across the board, but that is a big departure but traditionally the way they have the Press Secretary Kerry these briefings.
Sky News
44 minutes
He accused the press of deliberately doing this and on the same day, the president went to the CIA to say to the -- that he was having a running board with the press. He has patched things up to a certain extent, but I do not think the press will see this as a full apology, but he is trying to stress that they are something that you can rely on, not make up their own mind about that.
Sky News
an hour
He meant to say it was the largest inauguration online, TV, YouTube. If that is what he meant, he did not make it clear on Saturday when he had a tirade. I think the most worrying thing he did not talk about was when he said in that tirade on Saturday that there are attends to lessen the enthusiasm for the press, for the inauguration, that is shameful and wrong.
Sky News
an hour
Not why it's not going to happen. Passionate appeals from Sean Spicer, the Press Secretary for President Trump. Give us a break. We are doing our very best at the moment. Try reporting on some of the successes that we've had. Dominic Whitehorn has been monitoring events with me.
Channel 4
an hour
There you go, signed, sealed, delivered. Welcome back to Washington in the last few minutes, the White House news conference has been going on and press Secretary Sean Spicer hopes for a closer relationship with the United Kingdom.
Channel 4
an hour
We'll come back to that story at the end of the programme -- never to lie to the press. The magic of motherhood, the most normal thing in the world, until it's taken away. This video of British-Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was shot in the UK just over two years ago, before Iran's Revolutionary Guard split mother from daughter, husband from wife.
Channel 4
an hour
In a moment I'll be speaking to Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband Richard, but first here's Diana Magnay. We seem to have a problem with the report. Let's see if we can run it now. We'll come back to that report when we have it. Let me just update you on the news from Washington. The White House press Secretary Sean Spicer is saying the Trump administration's intention is Neville to lie to the press.
BBC News 24
an hour
But people at the inauguration so it is abroad obligation. But it is especially critical I think in covering a president especially a president were all kinds of policies are being set. Thank you. This is going to be an interesting relationship between the press and the White House because there is a risk we get into the position where we spend our whole time talking about things like crowd sizes and the onus will be on the press there to talk about policy as well the onus will be on the press there to talk about policy as well and what is happening what is not just being said.
BBC News 24
an hour
Basically accusing them of wilfully misrepresenting things, Miss reporting things to make him look bad, that is unusual. What you think the press needs to do now that President Trump is an office about the issue of alternative facts, falsehoods, distortions, lies, whatever you want to name them because it does seem that this is a campaign that has frequently put out information that is provably not true.
BBC News 24
an hour
What is unusual is that this time it is off to a rocky start from the start. After a campaign which has been contentious. What is unusual is the way the president has questioned the motives unusual is the way the president has questioned the motives of the press.
BBC News 24
an hour
You have covered campaigns, have you ever seen anything like this in terms of the relationship with the press? This is my sixth presidents I have seen them come and go and all of them at some point or another have tough relationships with the press. Especially when they get in trouble, you think press. Especially when they get in trouble, you think about the impeachment of President Clinton for instance. Or during the war accusations of the misuse of intelligence information, the bad intelligence that got us into the war in Iraq intelligence that got us into the war in Iraq said there were times when the White House has had bad relations which covers them everyday.
BBC News 24
an hour
And that is the barrier between the White House and the official press corps. They build up pretty quickly, fair to say the relationship has not gotten off to the best of starts, the row over the weekend has been covered but we will talk about where the relationship goes from here because while we have the relationship goes from here because while we have been on air, Sean Spicer of the communications director has answered the question about his integrity and telling the truth, let's have a listen to about his integrity and telling the truth, let's have a listen to see if he a more cordial.
Channel 4
an hour
The press secretary has just spoken about the Theresa May visit, emphasising it will indeed beyond trade. Pressed as to whether they will be a news conference with both of them he said it has not yet been decided but everyone here is dying to see what the chemistry looks like if there is one. That's all from Washington for now - we'll be back later in the programme.
Channel 4
an hour
That is a great thing for the American people and it is hard to say if we look back at multiple administrations, Republican and Democrat alike, they have lied to the American people for 30 years. In the first few days he was arguing with the press but should have been getting under the presidency.
Channel 4
an hour
We have been so unfairly treated by the media and will make sure it through social media, through press briefings, that the people have the opportunity to hear first-hand from the administration of what the facts are. But the first day has been dominated by lies. You have a freshly inaugurated president and on the first day the press is already reporting falsehoods about the administration. Tierney falsehood you have pointed to is the Martin Luther King issue.
Channel 4
an hour
Which is telling what really happened. It was not opinion, it was not a question of opinion, it was on this occasion a question of fact. This is not about the numbers at the inauguration, it is about defining a new relationship with the press. This is typical of the press to access on points of trivia. A great observation I heard, Trump supporters taken seriously but not literally but his critics take him literally but not seriously.
Channel 4
an hour
It does not bother me. Just to observe further on that point, it is not about the numbers at the inauguration, it is about finding a new relationship with the press. The new administration is not going to allow itself to be browbeaten into a corner by the mainstream media.