Weird Noise Interrupts White House Press Briefing

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Weird Noise Interrupts White House Press Briefing

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[Press Briefing By Press Secretary Josh Earnest With College Reporters]

[Question:] Source: LYBIO.net
We just released our sexual assault climate survey, or the results of the survey, rather. And it turned out Fordham is reporting sexual assault just a little bit above the national average, which is around 5 percent right now — we’re reporting at 8 percent. So I was wondering if the administration is doing anything to incentivize colleges to increase that percentage to make it easier and more accessible for victims to report their sexual assault so we can get more accurate numbers on how sexual assault exists on college campuses.

[Joshua Ryan Henry “Josh” Earnest (born January 22, 1975):]
Well — that seems like a bad thing. (Loud noise.) Uh this…. It’s that remote there, guys.

[Background:]
(Bobbie, turn it down.)

[Josh Earnest:]
There we go. That’s never happened before. (Laughter.) So, I’m sorry that had to happen to you.

[Josh Earnest:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
You’ve asked a very serious question. What the administration has done is tried to work with colleges and universities to help them establish a clear process for reporting these kinds of crimes when they occur, and making sure that there’s a process internally for handling them appropriately, consistent with fairness but also consistent with the law. So that is certainly an important step.

Weird Noise Interrupts White House Press Briefing

Weird Noise Interrupts White House Press Briefing

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