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>> Good evening.>> He's the White House spokesman who often seems to need a spokesman of his own.>> Someone as despicable as Hitler, who didn't even sink to using chemical weapons. I made a mistake.>> From day one, Sean Spicer has set a tone that is equal parts contentious and entertaining.
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>> That's what you guys should be writing and covering.>> It's a tough job for anyone, but especially in an unconventional White House still nailing down its policies Whether it's NAFTA, NATO, immigration, healthcare, or Syria.>> The presidents very clear that he wants. It's clear and the presidents made it clear to other.
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The president was clearly describing. The president's very clearly that he's worked seven days a week.>> His combative pronouncements and misfires, making him an instant fixture on SNL. Much like his boss, Spicer has gained a reputation for arguing facts. Whether it's about numbers.>> This was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period.
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>> Or calling campaign manager Paul Manafort, someone->> Who played a very limited role, for a very limited amount of time.>> Statements that invite some now infamous back and forths.>> Can you stop interrupting->> With incredulous reporters.>> We're gonna raise our hand like big boys and girls.
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] You were asking me a question and I'm gonna answer it. Which is the President, I'm sorry, please stop shaking your head again.>> The press secretary often resorting to defending the President's beliefs over facts.>> The President does believe that. I think there's a belief that the President has maintained.
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It's a belief he maintains. I mean->> Spicer telling Reuters, it's not the easiest job in the world.>> It's not a quiet existence. But despite a few hiccups, a hundred days and Spicer doesn't appear to be going anywhere. After all as the President says, he gets great ratings.