White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer was delighted to have the world's attention shift elsewhere Monday, when news of the Bridgeport Longevity Study overshadowed the inaugural attendance debate.
Scientists at the Bridgeport Aging Study Center announced their findings on Monday morning after a long and exhaustive study on how longevity affects people's lives.
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"All the findings in our research show some people die sooner than others," he said. "This is a fact of life."
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This prompted a reporter to ask her where the presidents on our country's paper money were today? "That is an unfair question!" she exclaimed. "I'm going to read this report and I'll get back to you."
A few hours later, after reading a hundred or more pages, she said she would have nothing further to say about the Bridgeport report on longevity. OFF THE WALL NEWS, will continue to press her on the issues.