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A surprisingly jovial Sean Spicer reflects on his chaotic history with The Don

The moment we’ve all waited for has finally arrived. The world’s favourite former White House press secretary and number one Melissa Mccarthy fan, Sean Spicer, has spoken in a tell-some interview.

Spicer, who quickly rose to stardom through his regularly aggressive bouts with White House journalists, and of course, forgetting our Prime Minister’s name, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night talk show to discuss everything from his time with the guy who is still (can you believe it?) the leader of the free world.

Of course, a lot of that discussion came back to the truly bizarre first days of Trump’s administration, in which the focus was hilariously centred around refuting claims Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony crowds were bigger than the Don’s.

“Do you think that was what got you off to a bad start with the press corps?” Kimmel asked.

“Uh… I don’t think it was probably the… best start,” Spicer admitted, laughing.

For what it’s worth, Spicer appeared to be in much more jovial spirits than the world had grown used to seeing him in.

Though he was at times pushed in the interview, the 45-year-old largely refrained from talking smack about his former boss. Yet without going into many specifics, he did try to explain that he didn’t always agree.

“Your job as press secretary is to represent the president’s voice and to make sure that you are articulating what he believes,” Spicer said. “Whether or not you agree isn’t your job.”

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