Sean Spicer Speaks Out After Resigning as White House Press Secretary

July 24, 2017Jul 24, 2017

On Friday, Sean Spicer announced his resignation as the White House press secretary. The move came after a lot of speculation concerning the future of Spicer in the Trump administration.

When Spicer was asked on Friday how he was feeling since his resignation, he had just one word. That word? Relieved.

"How do I look like I'm feeling? Relieved." Spicer said to ABC News

Spicer shared his reasoning behind him leaving the White House saying, "Organizationally, they need to get a fresh start." 

He took to Twitter shortly after his resignation to show there are no hard feelings between him and the President. "It's been an honor & a privilege to serve @POTUS @realDonaldTrump & this amazing country. I will continue my service through August."

He also shared more on President Trump with Sean Hannity saying, "He’s been very gracious throughout this process, [Trump], after some back-and-forth, understood that the offer that I was making was something that was in the best interest of the administration. I thanked him for the opportunity, and I’m looking forward to watching Anthony and Sarah do a tremendous job."

Friday night President Trump responded on Twitter saying Spicer is "a wonderful person who took tremendous abuse from the Fake News Media - but his future is bright!"

What are your thoughts on Sean Spicer's resignation? How do you feel about his replacement Sarah Huckabee?