How White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Became A Hilarious Meme

Nick Sanchez
May 15, 2017

Who was that moderating the White House Press Briefing Wednesday afternoon?

"When I heard that exchange today between Jeff Mason, a White House reporter, and Sean Spicer speaking from the podium in the briefing room for the President of the United States, it took my break away", said Wallace to Fox News host Shepard Smith.

In the wide-ranging interview, the President also defended the timing of his firing of FBI Director James Comey earlier this week, saying, "There's really no right time to do it". Incredulous, Spicer takes his podium to New York City, eventually finding his boss at a New Jersey golf course.

Spicer's chief critics are the liberal media who are looking for any excuse to attack President Trump.

While senior White House officials and Vice President Mike Pence maintained that Trump fired Comey on the Justice Department's recommendation, the president later dismissed that account, insisting that he made the decision alone and would have fired Comey regardless of the recommendation.

"If the propaganda destroy-Trump media - if they're gonna smear and slander him and his administration and his family and lie about facts and what he's done, why bother", Hannity said.

The White House tapes will likely to accelerate current probes as previous tapes have aided past inquiries, added Krishnamoorthi.

But this statement faced a sharp rebuke from Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who said Thursday when he testified before Congress, "Director Comey enjoyed broad support within the FBI and still does until this day".

Removing Sean Spicer would be a huge mistake. No one from the White House. For her claim about "personal experience" to be true, a lot of Federal Bureau of Investigation employees who don't know Sanders would have had to decide to reach out to her, of all people, to cheer Comey's firing or been directed to her by someone else. "[Spicer] could have said 'no.' He could have said 'yes.' He said 'I have nothing for you on that'".

Trump's confidants have reportedly been pointing out to him that his approval ratings are not seeing any improvement - as of Saturday, the president has a 56% disapproval rating and a 39% approval rating, according to Gallup.

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