The White House has apparently taken the first steps toward canceling the often contentious and rancorous White House press briefings.
All hail broke loose after Press Secretary Sean Spicer banned cameras and audio recorders from his press briefing on Monday.
The stress was audible in CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta's voice as he threw a tantrum on the White House lawn after the press briefing.
"That's the White House behind me… THE WHITE HOUSE! It's just bizarre! I don't know what world we're living in right now!" Acosta whined.
"Why are we even having these briefings or these gaggles in the first place?" he cried.
Youtubers criticized Acosta for not knowing how to take notes to do his job without relying on video or audio.
The press briefings are a TV ratings bonanza for networks such as CNN and MSNBC, who lead the pack in anti-Trump "fake news" reporting.
CNN will lose millions in advertising dollars if the press briefings are canceled.
The press briefings gave bitter news reporters the opportunity to bash Spicer and the president on a daily basis.
Trump supporters have been calling for Trump to cancel the press briefings for months now.