Trump Trolls The Press Corps, Jazz Figure Lee Morgan, Navigating Open Water

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer departs after speaking in the press briefing room at the White House, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington.

Andrew Marantz discusses how Press Secretary Sean Spicer is bucking norms by ignoring mainstream correspondents and often taking questions from partisan reporters. Director Kasper Collin, and musicians Larry Ridley and Paul West discuss the life jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan. Morgan’s career was cut short when he was shot dead by his common-law wife in 1972 during a New York City performance. Playwright Rachel Bonds and indie-duo The Bengsons discuss their show, “Sundown, Yellow Moon." The play follows two sisters who return to their small town only to discover their father's life in disarray. Explorer and author Tristan Gooley joins us for our latest Please Explain to discuss how to "read water" and navigate the high seas.