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Quiz: President Trump's Press Conference
President Trump gave a press conference during which he accused his media adversaries of reporting "fake news." How closely have you been following the story?
1. In which room of the White House was the press conference held?
   Brady Briefing Room
   East Room
   Roosevelt Room
   Map Room
2. The primary purpose of the presser was to announce the President's replacement pick for which cabinet position?
   National Security Advisor
   Defense Secretary
   Labor Secretary
   Commerce Secretary
3. Who conceived of the idea to hold an impromptu press conference?
   Mike Pence
   Steve Bannon
   Kellyanne Conway
   Donald Trump
4. How many executive orders has Trump signed so far in his presidency?
   8
   10
   12
   15
5. A reporter from which media outlet took Trump to task for repeatedly claiming he won the election with the biggest electoral margin since Ronald Reagan?
   Washington Post
   New York Times
   CNN
   NBC News
6. President Trump said the media have lower approval ratings than whom?
   Used car salesmen
   Vladimir Putin
   President Obama
   Congress
7. Addressing jobs, Trump touted that since his election, which car company abandoned plans to build a new factory in Mexico?
   Ford
   General Motors
   Chevrolet
   Dodge
8. In discussing the porous Mexican border, President Trump said drugs have become cheaper than what?
   A Coca-Cola
   A candy bar
   Water
   Dirt
9. Trump accused his former rival Hillary Clinton of giving away 20% of nuclear-producing uranium to which country?
   Russia
   China
   Iran
   North Korea
10. The President said Americans would think it was "so great" if he shot at a Russian spy ship loitering off the coast of which state?
   Massachusetts
   Connecticut
   South Carolina
   Florida



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FEBRUARY 20, 2017  | PM Rating: A+
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