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You can't envy Sean Spicer, being a President's press secretary can't be an easy job - especially in the age of "alternative facts".
It's not been a particularly great week for him, on Tuesday he had a little bit of a bad day when he took to the podium with his lunch still in his teeth (and was mercilessly mocked).
Yet, somehow - that wasn't his most embarrassing moment of the week. He's actually topped that - and held an absolutely disastrous press conference yesterday.
He told the press they need to stop their "obsession with who talked to who and when." Because errrr, that's not their job or anything...
Sean Spicer tells the press they should stop their "obsession with who talked to who and when." https://t.co/u7ksYOaDuY — Caroline Orr Bueno, Ph.D (@Caroline Orr Bueno, Ph.D)
Sean Spicer on Trump's call to fight the Freedom Caucus: "I'm going to let the tweet speak for itself." https://t.co/FkPFaRNCPc — CNN (@CNN)
Spicer also responded to reports that Eric Trump told Forbes he will give his Father "quarterly updates" on his business - despite it being in a 'blind trust'.
The press secretary said he "didn't know" if Donald and Eric Trump were speaking.
I don't know if they've spoken.I think everything that he's done is in accordance with what the counsel's office and the ethics folks.
I don't know if they've spoken.
I think everything that he's done is in accordance with what the counsel's office and the ethics folks.
Earlier this week he also said that Trump is "committed to empowering women".
As @FLOTUS said: “Wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished with them” #WomensHistoryMonth https://t.co/BNj7sTJlCv — Kayleigh McEnany 45 Archived (@Kayleigh McEnany 45 Archived)
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