FOX 8 obtains front row Skype seat to White House press briefing

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For the first time, FOX 8 had a front row seat today for the White House daily press briefing.

Our 4 p.m. anchor, Natalie Herbick, was selected to be part of the daily news conference with Sean Spicer.

Natalie asked Secretary Spicer, President Trump said "he would like to make cities like ours (Cleveland) the economic envy of the world.  Our viewers would love to know an example on how he plans to do this sooner than later."

Spicer said, "We were really impressed with Cleveland this past July when we went there for the National Convention- the people of Cleveland, their desire, and the rebound the city has taken. I think that when you go to Cleveland or Detroit, through different tax and regulatory measures, there's a way we can continue to bring manufacturing and jobs back.. whether it's Harley-Davidson, Carrier, Lockheed or Boeing or GM, Fiat, Ford, these companies he continues to talk with about how to bring jobs back."

The Trump administration changed the set-up for press briefings, to include 4 Skype seats for reporters who are outside of the Washington, D.C. area.

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