Trump Thinks Spicer 'Did a Great Job' at The Emmys

Carla Harmon
September 22, 2017

"He was very supportive".

Actor Zach Braff said: "I'm not ready to laugh "with" Sean Spicer". That's three levels of ridicule in a single joke, which I think makes it without a doubt the funniest joke, period.

He said that he will never give a blanket apology for his job as press secretary, however, adding that there are members of the media that "think that everything we did was wrong".

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"April Ryan, you're in the White House Press Corps, you asked many a question of Sean Spicer - did you find that amusing?" host Baldwin asked.

Spicer replied, "I would definitely say that I wish we had been more consistent from the beginning in terms of the terms that we would use and the goals that we were tryin' to achieve". "I've not knowingly done anything to do that, no".

Faris also asked Spicer about a number of controversial moments during his tenure as press secretary as well as the looming Russian Federation investigation, but Spicer refused to comment on the extent of his involvement in the latter.


Spicer, the former White House press secretary, wheeled out a podium to the stage, dressed in a tuxedo just after Colbert made a reference to the award show's crowd size - an obvious reference to Spicer's notorious gaffe of talking about Trump's inauguration day crowd size.

News reported the former White House press secretary will not be offered a job by the big five networks as a paid contributor.

Eventually launching into a chant of "We suck less!", the host of CBS' The Late Show began the segment (watch it above) by commending Trump for his "strong and presidential" response to the disasters in Mexico City and Puerto Rico. On whether he believes he has a credibility issue after his short stint in the White House he says, "I don't".

Spicer resigned from the Trump administration in late July after the president appointed Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director.


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