Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer made an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity” earlier this week to discuss President Trump’s big wins in 2017 and his outlook for the year ahead.Hannity started off the segment with a hint at what is to come in the new year in regards to Democrat corruption and the deep state.
“This year is going to be MASSIVE in terms of news especially about the corrupt media. And they are very, very nervous rightly so. People like Hillary Clinton should be nervous. People will be going to jail I promise you that.”
Then, Sean Spicer chimed in with what he believes Trump is going to deliver to the American people in the coming year. Liberals are going to HATE this!
“What I think makes people most nervous in the media is when the effects of the President’s tax cuts go into effect and people start seeing, as they are now, from industry to industry, company to company, the bottom-line paycheck of themselves and their families going up. … I think what is really going to sell the American people is the results the President is achieving through his regulatory efforts, the tax efforts, his efforts that are going to come through on infrastructure. All of this is going to actually deliver real results.”
Spicer hit the nail directly on the head. Liberals who hate that President Trump won the election are now even more terrified that he is going to succeed in his promise of making America great again.
The controversial spokesman was known for testy exchanges with reporters amid tumultuous tenure as administration’s public face
Sean Spicer has resigned as White House press secretary, bringing to an end a tumultuous six months as the public face of Donald Trump’s administration.
Spicer stepped down after the president tapped Anthony Scaramucci, a New York financier and longtime Trump supporter, as the new White House communications director. In his farewell comments, Spicer said there were “too many cooks in the kitchen”.
The White House had been without a communications director since May, when Mike Dubke resigned from the role in the first personnel shakeup of the Trump administration. Spicer had taken on the responsibilities associated with the job in the interim and strongly opposed Trump’s decision to hire Scaramucci, according to reports.
In his first public comments since the news broke, Spicer told CNN’s Dana Bash “I wanted to give the president and the new team a clean slate.”Speaking to the Associated Press, Spicer complimented Scaramucci, saying: “It’ll be great, he’s a tough guy,” and in a tweet, Spicer said it was an “honor & a privilege” to serve President Trump.
Late on Friday, Trump said in a statement: “I am grateful for Sean’s work on behalf of my Administration and the American people. I wish him continued success as he moves on to pursue new opportunities: Just look at his great television ratings.”
In a separate statement, he said of Scaramucci: “He has been a great supporter and will now help implement key aspects of our agenda while leading the communications team. We have accomplished so much, and we are being given credit for so little.”
When Scaramucci appeared in the White House briefing room for the first time, he praised Spicer for doing a “great job” and told reporters that the president was not off track but there was some “media bias” against him.
The deputy press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, appeared with Scaramucci, who announced she would be replacing Spicer as press secretary.Scaramucci offered a marked contrast to Spicer. The hedge fund mogul seemed relaxed at the White House lectern and expressed a desire to improve the administration’s relationship with the media.
The newly minted communications director also lavished accolades on his new boss, saying Trump had “some of the best political instincts in the world and perhaps in history”. Scaramucci also said several times that he “loved” the president.
Trump’s plan to hire Scaramucci was first reported by Axios late Thursday, kicking off a fresh round of allegations of infighting within the White House. Scaramucci is a major Republican donor who supported Trump in the general election, but initially backed the Wisconsin governor, Scott Walker, and the former Florida governor Jeb Bush in the Republican primaries.
His appointment was apparently fought not just by Spicer, but also by Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, according to a source close to the White House. But the prominent Wall Street financier had the blessing of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, the president’s son-in-law and daughter, who maintain a strong influence in the West Wing. Reince Priebus, the chief of staff, was reportedly also against the move, but sought to downplay the discord, telling the AP he was “100%” behind Scaramucci.