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Ivanka. Sean Spicer. Betsy DeVos. Stephen Miller. Where Has Trumpworld Landed?

This is part of Trump Slump, a series of stories checking in on how things are going now for the people and products that were riding high during the last administration. As the 2020 presidential election approached, a number of politicians and pundits issued calls to deny Donald Trump’s enablers and collaborators a place in “polite society” once they left Washington. Bar them from corporate boardrooms and commencement daises! Nix their think tank fellowships! Keep them off the Sunday shows! Shred their book proposals!
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The Political Media Needs to Draw a Line From Sean Spicer to the Big Lie

Sean Spicer is proof enough that the powerful Cancel Culture machine we keep hearing about needs some fine-tuning. This guy got himself a national profile by lying to our faces as part of a sadistic ritual ceremony in the White House Briefing Room and was rewarded for his work with a Harvard fellowship, an Emmys cameo courtesy of Stephen Colbert, and a spot on Dancing With The Stars. (OK, maybe the latter was a net negative.) What, exactly, did Spicer have to offer the bright young minds at Harvard's Kennedy School? Perhaps we'll never know for sure, but it was just another mile-marker on his path to a gig hosting his own show on a right-wing infotainment channel, where the good-faith reflections on American politics roll on. Here's an update on his contributions to the discourse via the Tweet Machine.
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Sean Spicer was interviewed on mute and made more sense than ever

You may remember Sean Spicer as being front in center on January 21, 2017, in an ill-fitting suit, to address the press with brazen claims that former President Donald Trump garnered “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration-period-both in person and around the globe.”Yeah, sure.Since then he’s penned books, danced with the stars, hosted a political talk show on hard-right conspiracy network Newsmax, and generally worked that media profile as hard as he could.In other words, he’s not a man who’s easily silenced. That is, until today.Read more:Chinese takeaway goes viral for savage responses to customersGreta Thunberg pulls off...
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Daily Dot

Sean Spicer interviewed by Newsmax while on mute the entire time

While serving as former President Donald Trump’s White House press secretary, Sean Spicer was rarely speechless—but he certainly was (mistakenly so) during an interview on Thursday night. Spicer was brought on Newsmax on Thursday to ostensibly discuss First Lady Jill Biden having trouble with the Spanish phrase “Si se puede”...
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Why Melissa McCarthy Was 'Offended' To Play Sean Spicer On SNL

Melissa McCarthy is opening up about her time playing former White House Press Secretary on Saturday Night Live. In a clip from the actor's new series Cocktails and Tall Tales with Ina Garten, the actor tells the cookbook author about her experience as one of the most talked about press secretaries and why she was slightly offended when she was asked to play him in the first place.
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The Independent

Sean Spicer has application to White House Correspondents’ Association cancelled

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has had his application to the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) cancelled by Newsmax.According to the right-wing cable news channel on Tuesday, there were already two Newsmax correspondents accredited by the WHCA, and so “[we] don’t see a need for additional personnel assigned there”, a spokesperson told Politico.Mr Spicer, who hosts Newsmax’s evening politics show, submitted an application to the association only last week, when he told Politico that he applied because “I thought, why not?”The decision by Newsmax to rescind Mr Spicer’s application came before the WHCA was able to consider...
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Sean Spicer, Trump's ex-media chief, applies to join White House press corps

Former press secretary, who now works for Newsmax, applies for membership of White House Correspondents’ Association. Four years after he kicked off the Trump presidency by lying angrily about the size of the inauguration crowd, the former press secretary Sean Spicer has applied to join the White House press corps.
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Sean Spicer applies to join White House Correspondents' Association

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has applied to join the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA), Politico reported Tuesday. The former aide to President Trump , who now hosts "Spicer & Co." on Newsmax, applied to join the reporters' association after obtaining press passes to both the White House and Congress, he told Politico's Playbook newsletter.