During White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's six month tenure, he provided us with some entertainment when we needed it most. He started this term by defending the size of crowds attending President Donald Trump's inauguration crowds. He became arguably the best character on Saturday Night Live, played by Melissa McCarthy. And of course, he infamously led a campaign against Dippin' Dots.
Sean Spicer now works with the Worldwide Speakers Group, turning down an invitation to appear on Dancing With The Stars. "Few in Washington are as well-equipped as Sean to pull back the curtain and dissect what’s really happening in the nation’s capital," his biography on the company's website reads.
And recently, Spicer returned to the White House in a trip that he documented on his Instagram account. But one post has people talking more than ever. Why? Because he refers to a copy of Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol.
The problem? He referred to it as "FDRs book of Christmas Carols."
Obviously, a book of Christmas carols and Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol are not the same thing. A fact that Twitter was quick to point out...
And now, people are convinced that Sean Spicer doesn't know the difference.
That's where it started for him as well, age 5. But he felt it was his job to continue with that angle until he had a chance to speak with Mr. Dickens about the issue.— Robot Townie (@DaveRobinson3) December 14, 2017
"The most Christmas carols ever gathered in one book. Period."— Randy Michaels (@RumpySPumpkins) December 14, 2017
"So inspired by Tiny Tim, who grew up to become a famous musician in the 60's."— Rage Tenders (@drunkandcoding) December 14, 2017
Good lord, what does Sean Spicer think the Nutcracker is about then??— PWitham (@pwtham11) December 14, 2017
It is the most cheerful collection of Christmas carols ever assembled. Period!— Sanho Tree (@SanhoTree) December 14, 2017
What do you think?