The West Wing of the White House has yet another shake up. This time, its White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation on President Trump’s desk.
Spicer’s resignation comes after Trump named Anthony Scaramucci the new White House Communications director. The unofficial word on the block is that Spicer was not happy with Trump bringing on Scaramucci to lead the communications team.
Sean Spicer’s tenure as White House Press Secretary could be best described as rough, tumultuous and super brief. In his first week on the job, he was scolding reporters on Donald Trump’s ‘YUGE’ inaugural crown sizes. An absolute visual lie.
And who can forget the infamous moment when Sean Spicer was found hiding from reporters in the bushes after word broke that FBI director James Comey had been fired.
Oh, and he defended covfefe. Yup, he said this: “No, I think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” – Sean Spicer.
Really? What small group is he referring to? Trump, Kellyanne Conway and perhaps Spicer himself?
Of course, it goes without notice that Spicer was an ineffective press secretary. Donald Trump wanted to shake things up with his communications team so that he could effectively get his message out and push his agenda to the American people. But what Trump doesn’t realize is that the problem with his government is not how he is communicating, its what he is communicating.
His agenda is unpopular, at least for the majority of Americans who voted in the 2016 election. (The popular vote)
Well Sean, you’ll be missed. You made White House Press Briefings exciting again, and you helped Melissa McCarthy find her inner Spicey. She’ll be greatly missed too.