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What to Bring to a Spicer Briefing: Pen? Yes. Questions? Sure. Camera? No Way.

For the country's most prominent political spokesman, Sean Spicer is not spending a whole lot of time in front of the camera.

Monday was the seventh straight day that Mr. Spicer, President Trump's press secretary, declined to hold a televised White House press briefing, an unusually long drought for someone whose role is traditionally to be the most visible face of a presidential administration.

Instead, Mr. Spicer -- who since the inauguration had become a highly rated, if often-

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