White House spokesman Sean Spicer criticizes a New York Times story about President Trump saying it's full of ''blatant factual errors'' adding that the president doesn't own a bathrobe. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) White House spokesman Sean Spicer on Monday (February 6) told reporters that a New York Times' story on U.S. President Donald Trump's aides where his bathrobe was mentioned had "blatant factual errors". "I don't think the president owns a bathrobe. Definitely doesn't wear one," Spicer told reporters when asked about the story. "From top to bottom, it's made up stories that just don't exist and I think that's unfortunate for people that to news institutions like that for their news because it is just not an accurate portrayal of what's really happening," Spicer added. In a tweet Trump said the newspaper had carried "poor reporting" in the past and that "now they are worse".