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U.S. Senate Members Given Flashcards To Aid in Avoiding Press During Impeachment Trial


Added 01-16-20 03:34:02pm EST - “United States Senators have reportedly been given flashcards with five short phrases to help them evade reporters during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.” - Mediaite.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Mediaite.com: “U.S. Senate Members Given Flashcards To Aid in Avoiding Press During Impeachment Trial”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

United States Senators have reportedly been given flashcards with five short phrases to help them evade reporters during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

CBS News reporter Melissa Quinn tweeted a photo of one of the cards, and wrote that “Senators have been given a flashcard with suggested phrases to use to avoid reporters.”

The card featured scripted lines ranging from the innocuous “Please excuse me, I am trying to get to the Senate floor,” to other more strict phrases like, “Please do not touch me.”

Senators have been given a flashcard with suggested phrases to use to avoid reporters, per @caitlinconant and @Grace_Segers https://t.co/RVocWmrgq5 pic.twitter.com/1ANboUSVvB

Liz Johnson, the communications director for Senator Mitt Romney, stated that the tips on the cards were nothing new, but are typically used to deal with protesters.

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