Definition of briefing
: an act or instance of giving precise instructions or essential information
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The second attack did not affect Ukraine 's power network, Vsevolod Kovalchuk told a news briefing on Friday.
On Tuesday, a press briefing at the White House quickly turned into a public mockery of journalists, as deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders deflected questions in favor of deriding the press.
The context to this flare-up is what happened in between the two briefings.
Despite McConnell's positive reinforcement, many Republican senators were not immediately sold on the draft legislation after a closed-door briefing Thursday morning.
Press briefings are not being held off camera because Sean Spicer hates his body.
Facing criticism from Democrats, Republican legislators defended their attendance at a briefing by Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who came to Fairfield County Monday to recruit Connecticut businesses to move to his state.
AP WASHINGTON — Still in shock from the shooting of one of their own Wednesday, members of Congress shared stories about their security fears in a private briefing hours after a gunman opened fire at a congressional baseball game practice.
When the briefing ended, as The Post previously reported, Trump asked everyone to leave the room except for Coats and CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
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