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>> Hey guys!>> White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday not letting the sun go down before apologizing. For bringing Adolf Hitler into the issue of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad suspected use of chemical weapons.>> We didn't use chemical weapons in World War II. You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn't even sink to using chemical weapons.
>> The problem, Hitler did use chemicals to kill millions of Jews in gas chambers. One reporter at the briefing giving Spicer a chance to clarify. During further comments on the April 4th attack in Syri, that killed 87 people with what experts said was sarin gas.>> What did you mean by that?
>> I think when you come to sarin gas, he was not using the gas on his people the same way that Assad is doing, I understand your point. Thank you, I appreciate that, there was not in he brought them into the Holocaust center, I understand that. What I'm saying in the way that Assad used them where he went into towns and dropped them down into the middle of towns.
So the use of it and I appreciate the clarification there, that was not the intent.>> The gaff quickly becoming a top trending topic on Twitter where users both condemned and derided the comments. Some users saying it took some pressure off of United Airlines. Also a trending topic, Holocaust Centers which Spicer seemingly used to refer to Nazi death camps.
That phrase garnering the most mockery on Twitter. But the backlash wasn't limited to social media. Representative Nancy Pelosi issued a statement demanding Spicer be fired. The White House spokesman taking the unusual step of going on CNN to offer a length apology for the remarks. Saying quote, we all, hopefully, have a bit of forgiveness in us.