Sean Spicer, Trump’s first press secretary – who ceded his high-profile post to Sarah Huckabee Sanders in July but celebrated his official last day in the West Wing on Aug. 31 – has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group. His first paid speaking gig will be in New York City on Sept. 11, at the annual conference of the investment bank Rodman & Renshaw. He turned down an opportunity to appear on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” But he has been exploring others ways to make a living based on his unique position as one of the best-known faces of the opening months of the Trump administration – interviewing about ten speakers’ bureaus over the past month that had expressed interest in signing him as a client.
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