Steve Bannon admitted that he had conversations with Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer and legal spokesman Mark Corallo about Don Junior's infamous meeting with...
Jonathan Swan: “Steve Bannon made one conspicuous slip up in his closed-door hearing on Tuesday with the House Intelligence Committee… Bannon admitted that he’d had conversations with Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer and legal spokesman Mark Corallo about Don Junior’s infamous [...]
Liz Hannah and Josh Singer discuss the uncanny experience of telling a story about Nixon and the Pentagon Papers in an era of “fake news.” About a month after Sean Spicer insisted, falsely, that Donald Trump had drawn the largest inauguration...Show More Summary
Sean Spicer either has a short memory or a very long nose, based on comments he made Monday morning regarding Oprah Winfrey.
Oprah Winfrey’s moving and politically-charged speech at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards left many wondering if she’s considering a bid for president. Read more...
Donald Trump's former Press Secretary said Oprah doesn't have the "political infrastructure" to win a presidential campaign. Interviewer Piers Morgan pointed out that Trump had no experience either. Sean Spicer said he appreciated the...Show More Summary
Spicer said without irony that people without a politics background "have had a difficult time adjusting” to higher office.
Rachel Maddow had the No. 1 show across all of cable TV. Tucker once again dominated 8 p.m. Jake Tapper delivered more than 2 million viewers combined at 4 and 10 p.m. S.E. Cupp had Sean Spicer on her HLN show.
The former White House press secretary claimed he didn't lie during his tenure. During an HLN appearance with conservative host S.E. Cupp, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer tried to claim he didn't lie while working for President Donald Trump's admnistration, despite having made numerous false statements from the podium. Show More Summary
"There were times when I screwed up as press secretary. There's no question about it," Spicer said on CNN.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday that he “screwed up” during his time serving in the Trump administration.
The former White House press secretary says it felt "really bad" when he messed up
In a hilarious word association game with S.E. Cupp, former press secretary Sean Spicer was asked to give a one-word description from a list of people The first was Omarosa Manigault-Newman. “Person,” was all he would answer. Cupp rolled her eyes, but all Spicer could do is grin....
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer appears to be on his “redemption tour” in the aftermath of Michael Wolff’s explosive exposé on the Trump campaign and administration — but CNN panelists aren’t convinced he deserves to be redeemed. “There were times when I...
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer admitted that "there were times where I screwed up" during the job. Spicer appeared to have a difficult time adjusting to his role in the early aughts of President Donald Trump's administration,...Show More Summary
In an interview with Headline News (HLN) host S.E. Cupp, former press secretary Sean Spicer tried to defend his credibility, despite spending months lying from the White House podium. Cupp grilled Spicer during a Thursday interview, starting with his strive to retain his respectability on the...
Trump’s former press secretary admitted that he “screwed up,” but not to “lying” on behalf of the president.
It took former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer just one day in the Trump White House to utter the frustrated phrase which would soon become his new personal mantra, according to the author of a new book on the president’s campaign and early days in Washington....
The exasperated comment first came after Spicer's infamous press briefing on Trump's inauguration crowd size.
“Fresh from interviewing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer over what he was doing on the fifth floor of Trump Tower on election night, Democrats now want to interview former RNC Chairman Reince Priebus,” Politico reports. “Spicer’s presence that [...]