Sean Spicer has had an interesting tenure with the Trump administration. We never really what he'll say next or whats really going through his head the whole time. But what will he do and say now that he is no longer employed by the Trump administration? Regardless, he was a polarizing figure who is now on his way out. I guess sometimes people can take some parting gifts for their troubles in those kinds of situations. Sometimes it is telling people off or going in silence. And other times it is by literally taking a physical good to remember the job by.
However another former Trump administration faithful is weighing in on some recent spicy Sean things...
Twitter isn't pleased with a recent comment Steve Bannon made about Sean Spicer's weight.
In an article for The Atlantic, reporter Rosie Gray reached out to Steve Bannon for a comment on why Sean Spicer had been having off-camera press briefings as of late, as the Trump administration grows less transparent each day.
Steve Bannon's reply? "Sean got fatter." Yikes. Kind of a strong slam from the ex-Trump right hand man.
Bannon didn't respond to follow-up questions, so the quote stands as is:
The move had Twitter seeing red, for multiple reasons.
Apparently the White House has turned into "Mean Girls:
Even Chelsea Clinton added her thoughts:
Some disagreed, however, saying it was a joke:
Clinton fired back that she wasn't amused:
She was met with more resistance:
Others wondered how future press briefings might pan out:
Joke or not, it does highlight the bad taste of the administration, as well as the divide in this country:
Even Rosie Gray, who broke the story, was a bit shocked by the progression of the controversy:
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