A Farewell Tribute To Sean Spicer And All His Best/Worst/Spiciest Moments
We'll miss you, Sean! And all your bullshit!
The time he kept referring to a terrorist attack by foreigners in Atlanta (that never happened) as justification for the travel ban.
That time he said it was "pathetic" people were questioning a Holocaust Remembrance Day statement that Trump released which failed to mention Jews.
That time he held a closed-door briefing for outlets including Breitbart, but blocked publications like the New York Times, CNN, Politico, the LA Times, and BuzzFeed News.
That time he caused a minor diplomatic incident with the United Kingdom, a major ally, by refusing to publicly apologize for claims British spies had surveilled Trump.
That time he huddled with staff ~among~ bushes outside the White House as reporters scrambled to ask about why Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey.