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18 Funny Twitter Reactions to Resignation of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, FML Hero

By Nina / lundi 24 juillet 2017 04:30
Now that Trump’s beloved court jester and SNL muse has resigned as White House Press Secretary, we fondly reflect on all the times Sean Spicer’s L was more F’ed than anyone else.

On Friday, America’s favorite stooge, Sean Spicer, resigned as White House Press Secretary after disagreeing with Trump’s appointment of Anthony Scaramucci to Head of Communications, and feelings are mixed. As we move out of the Spicey Era, we look forward to hopefully (if it’s not too much to ask) having someone more competent at the podium. Nevertheless, we will mourn the loss of the daily comic relief he provided.

What legacy will the Spiceman leave behind? 

That’s easy. Spicer was one of the most unique humans ever to grace the U.S. government. PERIOD.

You know how sometimes something can be so stupid it's funny? Well, that's what's up with Spicer.

The man was a comedy goldmine. From the moment he stepped up to the podium, he has constantly baffled us, ss if he were appointed as some twisted prank on the American people. But time went by and it became apparent that nah, this is just the reality we're living in now. From blatantly lying about crowd sizes at the president’s inauguration, to claiming that Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons, to the time he declared that Trump’s tweets “speak for themselves,” in his 6-month stint at press secretary, he has continued to make us laugh over and over again.

The Daily Show captured his time in office perfectly in this memorial video posted on Twitter:

Members of Congress used the social media platform to bid their adieus publicly as well:

Though it seemed that many were just sad to see the end of his impersonation on Saturday Night Live.

Melissa McCarthy’s impersonation of Sean Spicer on SNL, which garnered the highest ratings the show has seen in 6 years, will be missed by many. Not among them, however, is Spicer himself, who after resigning stated that the skits were “malicious” and often “over the line.”

Yo, Spicey. Rep. Connolly just called you OUT! But congressmen weren’t the only ones mourning the loss of the beloved Spicey. Other mourners included George Takei and the folks at SNL themselves.

Spicer’s blunders weren’t limited to the podium, though. How could we forget the time he hid in the bushes to escape the press after Comey’s firing. His humiliation will live on forever in memes.

And in true Spicer fashion, he didn’t leave without humiliating himself one last time.

Yep, the man stole a mini-fridge. From the White House.

I guess we can let that slide. Maybe it’s the least we can do after 6 months of straight comedy. For that, we thank you.

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By  RichardPencil  |  22

I wonder what they're going to do with Melissa McCarthy's motorized podium. I could sure use that for my classroom for the students who fall asleep, play with their phones or ask stupid questions.

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By  RichardPencil  |  22

I wonder what they're going to do with Melissa McCarthy's motorized podium. I could sure use that for my classroom for the students who fall asleep, play with their phones or ask stupid questions.

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