Sean Spicer at a June 2 press briefing at the White House. In a few short months he became the most famous White House press secretary in history. Was it worth it?
Sean Spicer at a June 2 press briefing at the White House. In a few short months he became the most famous White House press secretary in history. Was it worth it? Jabin Botsford Washington Post
Sean Spicer at a June 2 press briefing at the White House. In a few short months he became the most famous White House press secretary in history. Was it worth it? Jabin Botsford Washington Post

White House follies continue with Spicer’s exit

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