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Sean Spicer resigns as President Trump press secretary after six months

Sean Spicer resigns as President Trump press secretary after six months

Sean Spicer decided to resign, so the White House is looking for the new press secretary who will be the new public face of Donald Trump’s administration.

President Trump’s administration is experiencing a rather complex situation, and the recent resignation of Sean Spicer st proves it. POTUS’ press secretary stepped down after six months in the White House, and that his decision wasn’t sporadic.

According to Sean Spicer, there were ‘too many cooks in the kitchen’ of the press pool in the West wing. The hiring Anthony Scaramucci, one of longtime Trump supporter and financier, as the communications director, made Mr Spicer review his career priorities.

In fact, after Mike Dubke has left the White House post of communications director in May, this position was vacant. According to reports, Mr Spicer had taken on the responsibilities associated with two these jobs and cope with it well. Noreover, he strongly opposed Trump’s decision to hire Scaramucci.

Sean Spicer, Donald Trump, and the White House

In his farewell comments, Sean Spicer made a compliment to Scaramucci:

“It’ll be great, he’s a tough guy,”

twitted Spicer and added that it was an “honor & a privilege” to serve President Trump.

Donald Trump also wrote some warm words, thanking Spicer for these tumultous six months:

“I am grateful for Sean’s work on behalf of my Administration and the American people. I wish him continued success as he moves on to pursue new opportunities: Just look at his great television ratings.”