Sean Spicer Has Resigned… These Are His Biggest Gaffes

21 July 2017, 17:25

100 Days Of Sean Spicer Gaffes

100 Days Of Sean Spicer Gaffes


Sean Spicer has resigned as Donald Trump's White House spokesman. In honour of his time in the job, these are some his best (and worst) moments.

From claiming "alternative facts" about the size of Trump's inauguration crowd to getting the name of the Canadian president wrong, he rarely went 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.

He reportedly quit the post in a protest at a communications team shake-up.

As a fitting tribute, here are just a few of his best slip-ups from his first 100 days in the job.

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