RNC Spox was asked by The Weekly Standard if what Trump said in the sex tape is sexual assault and Spicer replied, "I don't know. I'm not a lawyer."
He later came out and denied he ever said those words when asked by The Washington Post.
The RNC Spox said, " "I never said it."
Well guess what?
The Weekly Standard's John McCormack provided audio proof of the conversation with Spicer which then forced Spicer to change his tune, telling the WaPo, "While I was asked question about a matter of law, it is never appropriate to touch anyone in an unwelcome manner.
RNC Communications Director Sean Spicer did his best to put a happy face on how "awesome" it is that Donald Trump is their current front-runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, and to downplay the recent uproar over ...
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You can say one thing for Donald Trump: he's making fellow Republicans show their true nature. Their horrible, morally bankrupt nature. Here's just one example—a Republican National Committee spokesman who, like the party's standard...
After Republican communications chief Sean Spicer accused conservative outlet The Weekly Standard of fabricating an embarrassing quote, The Standard released audio proving he said exactly what they said he had.