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“Dancing with the Stars” pro, Cheryl Burke, tried to reduce the resistance to the former White House press secretary, Sean Spicer.
Spicer has upset some fans are getting the low scores for his dancing, only to be saved by the elimination of the fans will turn on him for agreeing to continue.
“I can see why people are voting for Sean, he is so sweet and kind, and he’s like, actually a real person. He’s going to be so devastated if he were to ever be eliminated],” Burke wrote in a blog post for Us Weekly.
As President He was called to be 66.5 million followers on Twitter to vote for his former press secretary, insisting that he was a “great and loyal man who is very, very hard to work with.”
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In spite of the exaggerated favor that he was given by the president, Burke believes, Spicer doesn’t deserve the heat he’s getting.
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“It is clear that there is a lot of power in a tweet from the Home. People are like, ‘no, no, no, No,” but people are still voting for him,” she said. “I actually really like Sean’s character. Even with the little time I spent with him, he’s really funny. He is very down-to-Earth. He’s not Sean Spicer, that I don’t think anyone thinks he is.”
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Burke went on to call Spicer a ” the heart of the competition now, in spite of the ongoing controversy.
The previously eliminated in Season 28 contestant Karamo Brown doesn’t share Burke’s fun and light-hearted attitude to all of Spicer’s continued presence on the show. Speaking on ‘ Watch What Happens Live,” the “Queer Eye” star said that he was “robbed” by the “middle America” votes for the former Home of White House staff member.
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“But it’s a fan vote, and, you know, middle America watches the show, and they will vote for him,” Brown reasoned. “And also to our president, who should be doing other things, has been tweeting to vote for the man.”