Sean Spicer Announces Major Regret About Saying This One 'Fact'

September 18, 2017Sep 18, 2017

Sean Spicer became a household name when he was appointed as the White House Press Secretary earlier this year. He had a very challenging task to deal with as he constantly tried to defend President Trump and inform reporters on the dealings of the White House.

Recently, Spicer left the White House and his current role. Now, he is opening up about one major regret he has from his time in front of the media. Spicer even made fun of his comments during the Emmys.

When asked if he regretted telling the media that President Trump’s inauguration crowd was the largest audience to ever witness the inauguration, Spicer said he did.

"Of course I do, absolutely," Mr. Spicer told the New York Times on Monday.

Spicer had previously defended his comments. He even offered explanations for the discrepancies in pictures between Obama’s inauguration and President Trumps.

"Photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the National Mall," Spicer said.

"This was the first time in our nation's history that floor coverings were used to protect the grass on the mall...That had the effect of highlighting any areas where people were not standing while in years past, the grass eliminated this visual," he added.

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