Playboy’s White House correspondent demands to know how many copy editors Joy Villa has
We already showed you footage of Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem nearly getting into a fight with Sebastian Gorka after saying that the social media figures President Trump had invited to the White House Thursday for his #SocialMediaSummit were “a group of people that are eager for demonic possession.”
Karem, who’s been known to tell some super-genuine anecdotes involving amazingly woke young kids who strike up conversations with him on the D.C. Metro when they see his press credentials, was really salty at having to share the Rose Garden with social media figures who don’t, you know, post YouTube videos of themselves eating cereal in a bathtub full of milk and thus get to interview the president.
Here’s another video, this time of Karem fighting with Joy Villa about how many copy editors she has. Because if she doesn’t have a staff of copy editors, then she’s not a journalist. No one is.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 11, 2019
.@BrianKarem said, "When you have a staff … you can call yourself a journalist".
No, Brian. That's not how things work. https://t.co/4JB60FZRhf
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) July 12, 2019
Argues who is and who isn't a Journalist. (Insert laugh track here) pic.twitter.com/YuWntc4dZz
— Dude, My Dog Ate It! (@daalad) July 11, 2019
Show of hands. Who gets their news from Playboy?
— Gary Smith (@garynada) July 11, 2019
Who gets their news from the New York Times? ‘Cause you might want to double-check.
NY Times reporter tweeted out edited clips without full context.
Full video is released.
This sounds eerily familiar. https://t.co/ElaJXTr2GM
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) July 12, 2019
BUSTED: Brian Karem stealth edited his big Kavanaugh scoop to remove 'Montgomery County investigators' https://t.co/N3czcyYa4A
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 24, 2018