Former White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer, announced on Monday that he would write a book.
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Former White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer, announced on Monday that he was inspired to write a book, because he “looked back at the reporting in” the trump card of the campaign, the transition and the first months of the administration, and I want a truthful representation of the three phases.
“The stories that are told are not accurate[ation], and what President Trump went through to the nomination, the transition to the White house, and then his first six months in office,” Spicer, Sean Hannity said. “I’m going to write a book… set the record straight.
Spicer promises, “the people have a real understanding of what is happening” in the crucial points in Trump’s journey. Hannity called it “one of the most exciting elections ever” and said that he looked forward to Spicer ‘ s side of the story.
“There are a lot of things, the [mainstream media] is wrong,” said Spicer.
Was Spicer, a well-known name to combative press briefings resulted in NBC ‘ s “Saturday Night Live” parody of him on a regular basis. Melissa McCarthy famous played an exaggerated version of Spicer traveled to New York City on a motorized podium. Spicer himself joked in September that he wanted to win “share” in the McCarthy-Emmy.
Regnery Publishing, a brief summary of the new book, “Sean Spicer, and takes the reader behind the scenes of his turbulent tenure as President of Trump’s press secretary, shedding a new light on the headline-grabbing clashes, the trump administration in the first year.”
Spicer resigned as press Secretary in July, and his former Deputy, Sarah Sanders, took over the gig. He remained calm as the White-House to ensure associate (up to August for a smooth transition.
“I especially want to thank the President and the First Lady for their support during my tenure and for giving me this opportunity. To foot in the White house every day is a privilege that few can experience in our country and I am grateful for that,” Spicer wrote in a recent E-Mail to White house staff, noting that its role was working for President Trump the “honor of life.”
“The Briefing” is scheduled to hit book stores on July 23.
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