Sean Spicer Had Words for “SNL” Skits After Resigning Post

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Sean Spicer Had Words for SNL Skits After Resigning Post
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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer had a few words to say about “Saturday Night Live” after the White House announced his resignation on Friday, and they were perfect.

In an interview with Sean Hannity on the “Hannity” show Friday night, Spicer addressed the late-night show’s skits about him.

“I think that there were parts of it that were funny, but there’s a lot of it that was over the line,” Spicer said. “It wasn’t funny. It was stupid, or silly, or malicious.”

Spicer acknowledged that he would “crack up” at some of the gats, but not always.

“There were some skits on late-night television that I did crack up at,” Spicer said. “So sometimes it can be funny. Some of the memes you have to crack up about. But sometimes it goes from funny to mean and there’s a difference when that happens.”

“Mean” is something the left and liberal comedians have plenty of experience with.

He also added that a person needs to have thick skin if he or she is going to carry out the role of press secretary.

Take a look at a portion of the interview below:

Spicer was generous with his remarks, which he has probably wanted to vocalize for some time. There’s no doubt that comedians at “SNL” (and elsewhere for the matter) have tried their level best to rip Spicer and the president at every opportunity.

Spicer also told Hannity that he was looking forward to spending time with his family, who had sacrificed a lot for him to serve the president in the White House. He did not say if any of that time would be spent watching late-night comedy shows.

But we can guess.

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Source: conservativetribune.com

H/T The Washington Examiner

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