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>> Thank you everybody.>> Donald trump vowed to shake things up as President. But for now, he says he'll keep one thing the same, press conferences will continue in west wing. Transition officials had warn that the press might be moved from the white house into a separate building.
But in the pre-recorded interview with Fox news, Wednesday, the President-Elect said he'll stick with tradition. One catch though, he says, he'll get to pick which journalists are allowed in. Trump telling Fox quote, we have so many people that wanna go in, we'll just have to pick the people who go into the room.
Traditionally, it's the White House Correspondent's Association that grants access to the 49 chairs inside the briefing room. This coming as Trump continues to battle with the press. On Wednesday, lashing out at NBC news for reporting that several companies including General Motors, recent hiring an investment announcements are not in fact new or tied to the work of Donald Trump.
But are simply rather reinstatements of existing plans. Reuters reported a similar story, Tuesday. Trump accusing NBC News in a tri-facto of tweets of being quote, totally biased, fake news with little credibility. These keeping with a tone, Trump said at his first press conference as President-Elect, shutting down a CNN reporters questions.
>> I'm not gonna give you a question, you are fake news.>> That CNN reporter's saying Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer told him, he could be removed from future events. Trump telling Fox, he plans to continue tweeting from @realDonaldTrump while he's President, rather than using @POTUS, the account created by Barack Obama.