Sean Spicer’s Roadmap for Stopping Biden’s Radical Plan to Change Our Nation

Sean Spicer desires you to take President Joe Biden at his phrase—his coverage agenda actually will radically remodel America as we all know it.

Spicer’s new guide, “Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America,” particulars the Biden administration’s agenda and the way it’s already proving disastrous. He additionally gives readers with a roadmap for doing one thing about it.

“[F]or the subsequent three years, we’re going to be coping with Joe Biden,” Spicer tells The Every day Sign. “You higher know who these insurance policies and individuals are that he’s pursuing. As a result of as I mentioned, if we don’t look proper now and have interaction, we’re going to find yourself with a radical nation.”

Not way back, Spicer was sparring with the media as White Home press secretary underneath President Donald Trump. As we speak, he’s host of “Spicer & Co.” on Newsmax and a bestselling writer. He shares what life it like behind the digital camera and the way he approaches the information every day.

Hearken to the podcast under or learn the calmly edited transcript.

Rob Bluey: We’re joined on “The Every day Sign Podcast” immediately by Sean Spicer. He’s the host of “Spicer & Co.” on Newsmax within the 6 p.m. hour and he’s the writer of the brand new guide “Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America.” Sean, it’s an honor to have you ever on “The Every day Sign Podcast.”

Sean Spicer: Oh, thanks. Good to see you, Rob.

Bluey: Yeah, it’s nice to see you. That is your third guide.

Spicer: I do know. Loopy.

Bluey: So, you’re a New York Instances bestselling writer now.

Spicer: Two issues I by no means thought would occur.

Bluey: That’s proper. Properly, let’s delve into it, since you write within the guide that the Biden-Harris agenda would radically remodel America.

Spicer: Yeah. However the factor that’s fascinating, Rob, is that could be the title of the guide, however these are what they mentioned. And that is what I believe is missed on this administration, is that they’ve advised us a lot of what they wish to do, and I believe for lots of causes, which made sense, folks kind of mentioned, like, “Oh, effectively, we’ve recognized Biden for a very long time. That’s not going to occur.” Republicans and Democrats have each mentioned, “We’ve recognized him. He’s been in D.C. for half a century.”

However when Joe Biden mentioned, “I’m going to be essentially the most progressive president ever,” I don’t suppose folks took him critically. And also you take a look at what’s been happening in Washington, he constantly sides with the far left, he’s placing an increasing number of folks from the far left into his Cupboard.

So, I don’t take a look at this as some type of like incendiary factor. That is actually what he mentioned he’s going to do. In actual fact, he doubled down the opposite day when he talked about his laws, proper? He mentioned, “If we go my two issues, the 1.2 and the three.5, we’ll basically change the construction and nature of the economic system.” That’s not me, that’s him. He’s telling us what he desires to do, however for some purpose, people within the media, people within the left, and a few people on the fitting on Capitol Hill don’t consider that.

Bluey: What was the largest factor in doing the analysis for the guide that you simply found about Biden or the problems or the those that he surrounded himself with?

Spicer: I believe all the above. I imply, it was humorous as a result of for the aforementioned causes, I assumed, “OK, I’ve been in D.C. for some time. I’ve recognized Joe Biden.” However I began doing analysis, it was my first job on Capitol Hill for the NRSC, the Nationwide Republican Senatorial Committee, doing analysis on senators. So I assumed, “OK, I do know these guys. It’s been some time, however I’ve seen him round. He was vp.”

One of many chapters within the guide known as “Biden Inc.” You take a look at his brother, Frank, and everyone knows about Hunter. If you begin taking a look at a few of the enterprise offers that had been performed early on in his profession and that his household glommed onto, it begins to go, “Wow, this isn’t only a new phenomenon, that’s occurred.”

You then begin to have a look at the those that he’s surrounded with within the White Home, in his Cupboard. Identical factor. A few of their backgrounds was simply, you’re going, “There’s no manner.” How did we not have the dialogue by way of the {qualifications} or lack thereof that a few of these folks have needed to serve a authorities?

After which the very last thing is simply a few of the insurance policies. We had been having this dialogue on my present in all probability a month in the past. It was about abortion, and we had been speaking about Biden’s place as a result of he was popping out and saying that a few of these Texas legal guidelines had been excessive.

And I mentioned, “Gosh, there’s one thing on the prime of my tongue. And I can’t bear in mind what it’s, however I swear Biden mentioned—” and I used to be like, “Wait a second. It’s my guide.” And I went again and there’s a chapter about his evolution of life, if you’ll.

He was once a reasonably pro-life man. And he truly defended it very overtly, speaking about the truth that he believed that life started at conception. … Actually on my present that evening I’m pulling out an excerpt from my very own guide saying, “That is what he mentioned to a Catholic newspaper: ‘Life begins at conception.’” And now he mocks individuals who consider that.

Bluey: Yeah. I imply, you’ve labored in Republican politics for a very long time, as you talked about. Definitely with Donald Trump or George W. Bush otherwise you title any Republican, I imply, there’s a deep dive that the information media often takes to vet that candidate. It simply looks as if Joe Biden didn’t go—

Spicer: However see, that is the place I’ll disagree. I’ve spent two cycles, six years on the [Republican National Committee] the place a part of what I did was oversee the analysis division. I labored on the analysis division of the Nationwide Republican Senatorial Committee. It’s these operatives that give it to the media. The media not often does something however settle for it, proper? So, an investigative reporter at ABC Information is somebody who talks to opposition researchers, takes it, and places it on air.

Bluey: Good level.

Spicer: They not often do their very own work. However to your level, I believe that there was this perception that we all know the whole lot we find out about Joe Biden. He’s a recognized issue, subsequently, I imply, give it some thought.

By the best way, what occurred although final yr? There was a narrative about Hunter Biden and the New York Put up blew it out and everyone canceled it, censored it. So, once we did discover out new issues about Joe Biden, it was Massive Tech and Massive Media that mentioned, “We’re not going to help you hear that story.”

Bluey: That’s a good level.

Spicer: So, a part of it’s that there’s a suppression. And while you learn, whether or not it’s, I discussed Denis McDonough within the guide, his lack of {qualifications} to steer the [Department of Veterans Affairs]; Pete Buttigieg, his {qualifications} or lack thereof to steer the Division of Transportation. …

And take into consideration this, why is Susan Rice, Ambassador Susan Rice, who’s the nationwide safety adviser, all of her background is in overseas coverage, in nationwide safety, and but they named her the home coverage, proper? As a result of they’d nowhere else to place her. She will be able to’t get Senate-confirmed, so they offer her a job within the White Home that’s not likely her wheelhouse, however we’ve got to seek out someplace to place her. However that’s what’s happening on this White Home. And while you take a look at it and also you learn the stuff, you go, “That doesn’t make any sense,” then you definitely get it.

Bluey: And also you discuss how the White Home has gone after some conservatives, your self included, in your service on the Navy Academy Board, as citing {qualifications}. Properly, they themselves don’t have the {qualifications}.

Spicer: Proper. Precisely. Take into consideration this. You’ve obtained somebody like—and once more, I’ll give a little bit little bit of a go to Hunter Biden within the sense that he wasn’t a authorities worker, proper? … However what {qualifications} did he must serve on the board of Burisma, these different power issues?

However then go inside a authorities, how does Denis McDonough get certified to be the secretary of veterans affairs with out ever serving the navy, ever working with veterans teams, no background in well being care, no background in mortgage lending, I imply, the 2 massive issues the VA does? And but he’s main the VA as a result of, “oh, effectively, he was [former President Barack] Obama’s chief of employees, we have to discover a place for him.”

You’ll take a look at Kamala Harris’ background, which I’ve an entire chapter in right here. Folks want to know who this particular person is that’s vp and doubtlessly, God forbid, one thing occurs to our president, she turns into president. You higher know who she is as a result of while you examine her historical past in California, who she prosecuted, a few of the issues that she was in opposition to and for, I imply, the extent of flip-flop in hypocrisy is astronomical.

Bluey: Sean, shifting a little bit bit from the personalities and the politicians to a few of the points, I wish to begin with the economic system, since you served within the Trump administration as a White Home press secretary and also you had been a part of a group that constructed only a roaring economic system, deregulation, tax cuts. I imply, all of these nice issues that occurred underneath President Trump’s watch, and right here you have got what actually appears to be a battle and between massive authorities socialism from Biden-Harris and the way forward for free market capitalism, if there’s going to be such a factor. What is admittedly at stake right here?

Spicer: You simply put your finger on the title of the guide, proper? It is a radical, radical plan to alter our nation. And I don’t suppose folks absolutely recognize that, once more, as a result of we’ve been given all of those tales and anecdotes and imagery of who Joe Biden is. The truth is that they get it, he desires a legacy, and the legacy is to change the course of this nation to change into essentially the most progressive president ever.

Consider, their final objective is energy, and the facility permits them to implement the insurance policies as a result of whether or not it’s immigration, make no mistake about it, if you wish to cease immigration on this nation, you are able to do it in a second. Trump confirmed us learn how to do it. Title 42, Stay in Mexico, and many others., they undid it. The one purpose why is to carry new folks in. They’ve already began speaking about [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] for Afghans.

If our aspect doesn’t get it, each time a conservative says Kamala Harris isn’t doing her job on the border, I snigger and I am going, “Sure, she is. It simply is determined by the way you view her job.” Her job is to create new voters. Why do they wish to pack the court docket? Why do they wish to make DC a state? All of that is in pursuit of an final energy seize to make sure that they’ll put all these insurance policies in place.

Bluey: And a type of different points is election reform.

Spicer: Completely.

Bluey: They usually have HR 1, the … misnamed For the Folks Act, and all types of different issues that they want to accomplish. Newsmax and your present has been one of many retailers that, fortuitously, is on the market offering the reality about what’s actually happening in our nation. What’s at stake in the case of our elections?

Spicer: Every thing. And I’ll say this, [The Heritage Foundation], it’s an infinite useful resource, the election middle that’s on the internet. I imply, when folks inform you fraud doesn’t exist, go to the Heritage homepage and take a look at it, it exists, and the work that Hans [von Spakovsky] and so lots of the folks right here do to spotlight it, as a result of the media doesn’t wish to inform you about it.

The previous few days you see all of those tales about Republicans and people on the fitting wish to make it more durable to vote. That’s not [true], it’s the largest, largest misnomer going.

Throughout a pandemic, we allowed folks to do issues, together with work at home, and in case your employer says that you must come again to work, that doesn’t imply that you simply’re suppressing them. Which means that is the way it was.

So not permitting folks to drive by and drop off their poll in the course of the evening to poll harvest ballots, the whole lot that the left is doing—why don’t you want an ID? Once more, it doesn’t make frequent sense until there’s an final objective at hand, and I consider that anyone who doesn’t consider that the Democrats know what they’re doing is unfortunately mistaken.

Bluey: You talked about immigration earlier than border safety. It’s one of many, as you indicated, one of many success tales of the Trump administration, with the ability to put in place not solely new insurance policies to assist management the circulation, but additionally constructing the wall. We’ve seen the Biden administration go in a totally other way, now have manufactured a disaster that didn’t exist earlier than. How do you see this ending?

Spicer: I don’t. I imply, look, right here’s the issue … you sign by your insurance policies. Day One, Trump got here in, mentioned, “I’m going to do that. I’m going to construct a wall. I’m going to make it more durable.” Folks cease coming as a result of why trouble making the trek? It’s not straightforward. I really feel for a few of these people that get purchased into this.

However when the Biden administration on the one hand says, “Don’t come,” and then again winks and nods and says, “However don’t fear, should you come, we’re going to allow you to in. We’ll provide you with a blanket, a resort room, and all these good goodies,” what do you suppose they’re going to do? And the fact is the Biden administration has created an setting the place individuals are rewarded for coming to this nation.

And once more, I believe that they need this to occur. There’s a simple solution to cease it, they know learn how to do it, they usually’ve chosen to not. However I believe that individuals, once more, should you look again on the numbers, we’re speaking tens of 1000’s of individuals. Proper now within the month of October, they’re estimating 350,000 folks illegally crossing our border: 350,000, take into consideration that. You do it two extra occasions, you bought Delaware, Rhode Island, Montana, Wyoming. I imply, that is actual stuff. And couple that with the whole lot else that’s happening within the nation.

The issue that I’ve with so lots of the insurance policies, together with immigration, is that should you don’t cease them after they’re taking place, by the point you get up, it’s too late. So in 10 years from now, I assure it, play this podcast again then, we can be speaking about DACA and a path to citizenship for each single one who got here in now as a result of, quote, “It’s not truthful.”

Bluey: Yeah.

Spicer: That’s what they’re going to say. When you’re within the nation, after you’ve been in right here for 5 years, you got here in by, quote, “No fault of your individual,” and now we have to provide you with citizenship.

Bluey: The numbers that you simply talked about are actually staggering and unprecedented in lots of instances. One final challenge I wish to ask you about, and that’s the massive Supreme Court docket case developing on Dec. 1, the Dobbs case. This might maintain the way forward for Roe v. Wade within the stability. One of many issues that President Trump was enormously profitable at was appointing judges to the bench, together with the Supreme Court docket. Any ideas on what we’re headed for? Clearly, we in all probability have to attend till June of 2022 for a choice, proper? However what’s the outlook from this?

Spicer: Properly, to start with, let me simply say that other than watching or being obsessive about “Legislation & Order,” I’ve no authorized coaching. The particulars of the case are, I believe, at all times the place it goes, and should you take a look at the court docket over historical past, it generally will take a really slim view. Sure, we’ve got, in idea, a six-three majority, however I believe the way it appears to be like at that is going to be necessary.

The factor that I believe is on our aspect is science. Increasingly more, we’re seeing the viability of life. And as these states begin saying, 14 weeks, 16 weeks, 20 weeks, in numerous eventualities, it turns into more durable to say that we don’t, as a rustic, have a necessity to guard life.

So I believe what’s going to occur, and once more, it is determined by the place the court docket comes down on this by way of how slim does it take a look at it, however … bear in mind, the opposite factor is, is that Roe mainly doesn’t imply that abortion is outlawed. Once more, it simply means it goes again to the states the place, frankly, as a rustic, we ought to be having extra dialogue of coverage on the state degree. And if that’s what makes folks transfer, nice, proper? So decrease taxes, higher colleges, I imply, all of this stuff get factored into why folks transfer to a spot.

Bluey: Completely.

Spicer: And so if you wish to stay in a blue state that permits you to do extra stuff, then so be it, however I believe that in states that wish to defend, arise for it, that’s nice. However I believe there’s a lot at stake as a result of while you take a look at, I believe Roe was wrongly determined within the first place. And while you take a look at the remorse that occurred out of that case, this might proper a fallacious.

And once more, it’s not outlawing something, it’s simply permitting states to then have a say, which, they frankly ought to be from the start. However I believe that that is going to be past the coverage piece.

What’s going to fascinate me as a political junkie is the political implications. I believe that the left truly appears to be like at this as an enormous win for them, that if they’ll begin to marketing campaign on this, that’s a giant factor. I believe there are some Republicans which are scared of getting to handle this. And admittedly, a part of me thinks, “Nice, good for you.” It’s like once we handled well being care, everybody mentioned, “We wish to do away with Obamacare,” till we needed to do away with Obamacare, then you definitely needed to actually arise and work out whether or not you had been going to battle.

I believe that Republicans and people on the fitting ought to be prepared to battle for this, and I’m hoping that the court docket comes down on that. The gorgeous factor is while you’ve obtained six-three, you don’t must get all six, proper? I imply, you may get, you possibly can go to a five-four.

I believe that [Justices] Amy Coney Barrett and [Brett] Kavanaugh particularly are two justices that I believe, primarily based on their earlier judicial writings and case regulation, I can see them taking place. [Justice Neil] Gorsuch I’m simply not as conversant in, though we might see that one, you possibly can find yourself with the six-three.

However I really feel superb about going to this case and I believe that there’s going to be extra. … You’ve obtained Mississippi, Arkansas, and doubtlessly Texas. So if the court docket doesn’t hit it at one level, I believe by the point they’re carried out with all three, I believe you’ll have a solution. It might simply take a little bit longer than we needed.

Bluey: Yeah, yeah. Properly, it’s definitely one thing that we’ll be watching carefully.

Spicer: However once more, I’ll simply say this, Rob, since you talked about this, that while you do take a look at a man like Biden who goes in there and begins speaking about how he’s such a champion of this, that’s not the place he was.

And for people on the fitting, the one factor that I’ll say is necessary concerning the guide, once we battle on the fitting, the info are on our aspect, the insurance policies are on our aspect. We simply must make these arguments extra crisp or extra constant. The factor is, should you can stroll in and say, “Actually? As a result of right here’s what Joe Biden mentioned. Right here’s what he believes. Right here’s how he’s articulated that—”

What they wish to do is the left wins once we don’t have our info collectively, once we don’t articulate our aspect in addition to we will. And I believe that the attractive factor about once I wrote “Radical Nation” was that I gave folks roadmap and mentioned, “If you wish to battle and win, then right here you go.”

Bluey: Yeah. And the opposite factor, Sean, I’ll level out is I believe People are longing for a spot the place they’ll get that data and your present “Spicer & Co.,” 6 pm on Newsmax, is a spot to try this. I imply, that’s one of many the reason why we created The Every day Sign, we needed to create an alternate.

Spicer: I’ve talked about to you earlier that we didn’t have the largest viewers once we first launched, and I’m positive you guys didn’t at The Every day Sign, however as folks discover out about it, it’s the phrase of mouth. Folks, greater than something, we don’t do a ton of promoting at Newsmax, I don’t suppose you guys do at Heritage, so it’s phrase of mouth.

When folks say, “You realize what? I simply heard an amazing episode, it is best to tune in.” That’s the place I believe it’s wonderful as a result of it actually is person-to-person, whether or not it’s by social media and electronic mail or private contact the place they’re saying, “You bought to observe this.” That’s what’s cool about this, is figuring out that I don’t have the advert funds, or the community doesn’t, of a CNN or an ABC, however we’re rising as a result of we discovered one thing that individuals need.

Bluey: Yeah, and also you’ve overtaken Fox Enterprise and CNBC. What do you attribute the success to? Is it your method to the information and the way you—

Spicer: Properly, I believe there’s two issues. I imply, one, look, I believe the community, Newsmax, has carried out loads by way of making itself accessible. You don’t want a cable subscription to go discover it. Two is that I believe we do have the hosts and we cowl the problems that different folks don’t. After which, with respect to my present particularly and why I believe it’s carried out in addition to it has, is due to how we cowl points and who we cowl them with.

I like to inform folks, “Each evening at 6 o’clock, we’re going to have the dialog that I believe you’d in all probability have at dinner. And we’re going to ask the inquiries to the folks that you’d say, ‘You realize who I’d like to ask the questions.’”

However authorities leaders, we do have journalists on, I even have Democrats on. And I believe generally the viewers will get a little bit annoyed, however a part of me is [like], should you’re sitting at dwelling, saying, “How can that left-wing man say this?”, effectively, I’m going to ask the query for you, as a result of I wish to hear how they justify it. And I believe that’s necessary as a result of our aspect wants to know what they’re pondering and subsequently how we will articulate arguments that outdo them.

So a part of that is to have a dialog with folks. We don’t yell at folks, we’re not into going off on rants and stuff. However should you tune in at six o’clock, I believe you’ll be taught one thing, you’ll discover it entertaining. We’ve got enjoyable, we’ve got some fairly fascinating friends once in a while, and we cowl stuff generally.

We did an entire present with [Rep.] Matt Gaetz on “Free Britney.” However it was fascinating to listen to why a South Florida congressman, or in all probability extra of the central congressman in Florida, cared concerning the challenge. And it was fascinating to have that dialogue. And he talks about what number of older People, particularly in Florida, as a result of if they might go there to retire, get trapped in these conservatorships.

However it was type of a cool dialog as a result of I don’t suppose for many individuals, till Britney Spears got here alongside, that they’d actually thought that lengthy and exhausting about what a conservatorship was, who will get trapped in them, what does it imply for his or her livelihood? However I realized loads after this, and I went into it pondering to myself, “I’m wondering why he helps this?” So it’s enjoyable to have a dialog like that the place you’re like, “OK, I simply realized one thing.”

Bluey: You realize, plainly so many people who find themselves internet hosting packages in all probability come up by the world of journalism. Clearly, you took a distinct path to get there. How has that formed your imaginative and prescient for the present and what you’re making an attempt to do for the viewers?

Spicer: I’m glad you highlighted that as a result of it’s fascinating. If you happen to’re a journalist, you undergo your faculty and also you type of work your manner up. I come to this present, it is a political present, proper? It’s popular culture, politics. I’ve labored on Capitol Hill for 10 members of Congress, I labored within the White Home, the RNC for six years, 22 years within the navy. So I can stroll right into a dialogue figuring out how one thing ought to work.

Now I can ask you the techniques on why you guys are doing this or that should you’re a member of Congress or a senator, however I don’t must guess, and I can push again on a visitor and say, “That’s sadly not the way it used to work,” or, “It’s modified this manner,” or, “Didn’t you suppose that manner?”

So I believe we’ve got a way more knowledgeable dialogue as a result of I’ve been in these arenas. I do know what it’s wish to be on Capitol Hill, I do know what it’s wish to be in a marketing campaign, I do know what it’s wish to be within the White Home. So when someone says, “Properly, the White Home might do X,” I might say, “Really, they’ll’t as a result of they’re prohibited. Right here’s why,” or, “They need to be doing extra.” And I believe that that creates a way more knowledgeable dialog and a dialogue that the viewer will get to partake in.

Bluey: I agree. I believe folks recognize the totally different perspective.

Spicer: Proper.

Bluey: Now, I’ve a query for you, although. You made the White Home press briefings must-see TV. I imply, there have been so many individuals who tuned in day by day. Do you miss that world in any respect?

Spicer: No. By no means.

Bluey: OK.

Spicer: And I’ll inform you why. It’s like while you’re operating a race and then you definitely cease for some time. You’re like, “OK.” We had been going so quick day-after-day, the depth, the scrutiny. Rob, I used to be on Capitol Hill, as I discussed, for a very long time, I used to be on the RNC for six years. I believe I did 500-plus media interviews, and the closest I ever obtained to being acknowledged was within the sweater part of a Jos. A. Financial institution in Alexandria. And that modified actual fast once I joined the White Home.

I believe it’s straightforward to speak to someone in idea about what that was like, however till you’ve skilled getting chased out of shops and had folks in entrance of your home, and it’s simply not one thing that I’d wish to put myself or my household by once more.

I cherished with the ability to serve. It was a dream come true. It wasn’t precisely how I needed the whole lot to go down on the finish. I might’ve cherished to have stayed a yr. That was kind of my plan. However on the finish of the day, that’s not how the world works. … God doesn’t allow you to choose, he chooses for you.

So I used to be joyful I did it, and I’ve been honored and blessed by what I’ve been in a position to do since then. I believe when folks enter that world, they, particularly at the present time, it’s loads totally different the place you’re, I at all times thought you’d be C-SPAN well-known. Folks can be like, “Oh, I noticed you on C-SPAN 3 throughout that.” And it modified actual fast.

So for that purpose, I’ve advised folks I’d like to, I’ll assist whoever the nominee is, particularly if it’s President Trump, however I’ll let another person take the flip.

Bluey: Yeah, yeah. Properly, Sean, I’ll provide the closing phrase. Once more, the guide known as “Radical Nation.” It’s accessible wherever books are bought and on Amazon. What would you like readers of the guide to remove? Why ought to they get a duplicate?

Spicer: Properly, to start with, as we head into the vacation season, you’re going to be sitting round these tables with the loopy left-wing uncle or aunt, it is a time to sit down again and to just remember to know learn how to battle and win.

Chapter 20 within the guide is actually a roadmap for should you’re a mother or father who’s fearful about your youngsters, in case you are somebody who desires to get extra engaged in your group, it provides you some issues that you could be doing in your group, in your life to make you extra knowledgeable and uncommon.

However except for that, for the subsequent three years, we’re going to be coping with Joe Biden. You higher know who these insurance policies and individuals are that he’s pursuing. As a result of as I mentioned, if we don’t look proper now and have interaction, we’re going to find yourself with a radical nation, which is why the guide known as “Radical Nation.” We’ve got a selection. We’ve got a chance. The query is, can we take it? So learn it, perceive what’s at stake, perceive who the gamers are, and be prepared to have interaction and battle again.

Bluey: What’s one of the best place that they’ll get a duplicate?

Spicer: The best place, I imply, to start with, you possibly can go to, however you can also go to or go to Amazon. I don’t know why they selected 23, however Newsmax simply made it straightforward, in order that actually will hyperlink to Amazon. So all these issues find yourself at Amazon. Clearly, go to a bookstore. However for people who find themselves like, “That hyperlink is admittedly lengthy,” … you go to or

Bluey: Wonderful. Properly, we’ll make it possible for we offer a hyperlink within the present notes. Once more, the guide known as “Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Harmful Plan for America.” Sean Spicer is the host of “Spicer & Co.” at Newsmax, 6 pm nightly. Sean, thanks a lot for being with The Every day Sign.

Spicer: Gladly. Admire it, Rob.

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