Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has officially left the Trump administration, but that doesn’t mean he’s ready to turn his back on his former employer.
Most recently, Spicer appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday where he spoke about his White House days and what it was like to work for President Donald Trump, Independent Journal Review reported.
During the interview, the subject turned to Trump’s tweets, a major source of controversy since Trump announced his presidency. From the tone of Kimmel’s questions, it was clear he was looking for answers that could embarrass Trump — and give his audience a chance to laugh at the president.
Spicer wasn’t going for it.
“I think there were times when you were — you might have wanted to go to bed and said, ‘OK, this is going to be a little longer night.’ Or you would get up — the first thing,” Spicer said when asked if Trump’s tweets ever woke him up at night.
“But that was the, you know — one of the president’s most effective tools on the campaign trail, he continues to utilize it. You were constantly kept on your toes,” Spicer explained.
Then Spicer really let his feelings about Trump be known.
“There is no one that is working harder than him when it comes to the hours of the day. He’s up late. He’s up early,” Spicer said.
You can watch the clip here:
If Kimmel was hoping that Spicer would start speaking negatively about Trump, he was sadly mistaken. Spicer showed that he wouldn’t be baited into badmouthing the Trump administration.
As a former press secretary, Spicer would have a lot of details about the internal workings of the Trump White House, and so far he hasn’t said anything negative about his time there.
While Spicer and Trump may not have had the smoothest relationship, Spicer has shown that he is loyal to the administration and he wouldn’t throw Trump under the bus just to raise his own profile.
Let’s hope Spicer keeps this up in future interviews.
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