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During an HLN coming with regressive horde S.E. Cupp, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer tried to explain he didn’t distortion while operative for President Donald Trump’s admnistration, despite having done countless fake statements from the podium.
Spicer did, however, acknowledge that he “screwed up” at times.
A CNN row hosted by Jake Tapper was entirely unimpressed with Spicer’s first stop on his “redemption tour.”
Alice Stewart, Ted Cruz’s former presidential campaign communications director, believes Spicer intentionally misled the open during his reign as press secretary.
“I consider what really harm him some-more than anything is when, it wasn’t an honest mistake, it was pulling out information that wasn’t factually accurate,” Stewart said. “That hurts him some-more long-term than making an ‘honest mistake.’
After Tapper offering a devil’s disciple invulnerability of Spicer, observant his pursuit was to sell President Donald Trump’s message, domestic researcher Kirsten Powers shot it down.
“But he chose to do that, right?” Powers responded. “If you confirm to work for somebody who’s going to make you go out there and contend things that aren’t true, then we consider you’re held accountable for that.”
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