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'Daily Show' Adds Actual Kids Into Sean Spicer's Press Briefing And It's Too Real

By Mark Pygas

Sean Spicer has earned a fair bit of criticism over his daily White House press briefings, which usually devolve into a shouting match. But one of the most common criticisms he faces is that he treats the White House press corps like a bunch of children, telling them to stop shaking their heads, and interrupting their questions. 

So The Daily Show decided to replace the press with a bunch of actual children, and it plays out weirdly similarly...