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It was the first official White House press briefing of the Trump era, and after tearing into the media about their coverage of the inauguration, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer did not take a single question from reporters.

Spicer's unorthodox message and posture signified a major shift in the way the Trump administration will deal with the White House press corps.

"There's talk in the media of holding Donald Trump accountable, and I'm here to tell you it goes two ways," Spicer said. "We are going to hold the press accountable, as well."

Spicer's frustration was visible Saturday evening as he spoke quickly and called the media's actions irresponsible.

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday accused the media of misrepresenting the crowd at Donald Trump's inauguration in order to dampen enthusiasm for the event, getting some numbers wrong himself in the process.

“This was the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration, period,” Spicer said with emphasis. “Both in person and around the globe.”

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WASHINGTON -- Nancy Solomon came from Greenbelt, Maryland, for the Women's March on Washington Saturday in part because she's worried about a potential Obamacare repeal.

Sitting along Pennsylvania Avenue as marchers walked toward the White House, Soloman told TPM that she lost her full-time job when the economy crashed in 2009. She's struggled to fine full-time work since then, making it hard for her to find affordable health insurance. Solomon, a single mother, has been working part-time and freelancing since then.

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