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Saturday marks the 100th day of President Trump and it's made a big star of his gaffe-prone spokesperson Sean Spicer. Here are his best/worst moments.
From claiming "alternative facts" about the size of Trump's inauguration crowd to getting the name of the Canadian president wrong, Spicer rarely goes a few days without kicking off a media storm.
More than once, he talked about the President trying to "destabilise" the Middle East.
And he even entirely invented a terrorist attack, regularly speaking about an attack on Atlanta that never actually happened.
Watch this hilarious clip showing his best ever moments.