Former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer debuts on Dancing with the Stars and, uh…

Two things I know for sure: (1) Join up with the Trump administration and you will eventually be fired. And (2), it could be hard finding a new post-Trump gig.

Witness Sean Spicer. The Donald’s first chief liar press secretary. After being dumped, he wrote a book which didn’t do so well. And now he’s on Dancing with the Stars.

For his first number, he, uh…oh, dear.

Look, I know that no one should take DWTS seriously, but jeez, a neon green puffy shirt?

From The Daily Beast:

“’I was Donald Trump’s first White House press secretary,” he said by way of introduction.’“ There’s no question my time in the White House was tumultuous.”

After a montage of some of the least damning moments from his tenure, Spicer embarrassed himself further by gushing over the tweet Trump put out congratulating him on the reality gig. ‘It’s nice to have the leader of the free world on your side when it comes to getting votes,’ he added.”

There is just so much wrong with that last paragraph.

Alan Cross

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