From the December 5 edition of Fox News' Hannity:
SEAN HANNITY: You would think this is the biggest, I guess, presidential faux pas watching the news media this weekend because he took a congratulatory phone call from the president of Taiwan. Dick Cheney actually made a statement, he said, you know, “Trump could now transcend the media at this point,” he doesn't need these guys anymore. Is it time to rethink the White House press office? For example, does CNN really deserve a seat after being caught colluding with the Clinton campaign? Does NBC deserve a seat in the White House press office and dealing with the press secretary when we know they have an institutional bias, or is it time to just throw them all out and start over?
NEWT GINGRICH: In terms of the White House press office, I'd like to rethink it from the ground up. It ought to be the American people's press office. We ought to use things like Facebook, like Twitter, a variety of other opportunities to let reporters from all over the country ask questions, to let experts ask questions and organize a whole new way of making that office serve not the elite media, not the politicians, but serve the American people.
HANNITY: When Rudy Giuliani was mayor, he used to do a radio show every week and take call from city residents. I'd offer my 550 radio stations and my show, let him take calls from people all over the country, right? And if the The New York Times gets through, God bless them.