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General News    H3'ed 7/21/17

Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press Secretary

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Former Press secretary Sean Spicer
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Sean Spicer resigned after Anthony Scaramucci was named White House communications director on Friday. Spicer reportedly expressed his objection to the appointment of Scaramucci to President Donald Trump before leaving his role. ABC and the Times report Trump did not ask for Spicer’s resignation. Spicer was tapped to be Trump’s press secretary in December 2016. Before that, he worked as chief strategist and communications director for the Republican National Committee. Spicer was famously portrayed by actress Melissa McCarthy on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” This bothered Trump, who didn’t like that a male member of his staff was being portrayed by a woman, according to Politico.
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