See the Comedy Bits That Pushed Sean Spicer Out
A collection of the best late-nite hit pieces on the outgoing press secretary.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer has resigned from his post following a disagreement with President Trump over the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director, the New York Times is reporting. Following this announcement, some are speculating Spicer might be relieved to be out of the spotlight — and especially the crosshairs of comedians.
Vanity Fair highlighted that Spicer naturally emerged as late night comedy’s favorite punching bag following the 2016 election. From Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” jabs to Melissa McCarthy’s now-iconic portrayal of “Spicey” on the sketch comedy show, here’s a look at some of the most scathing Sean Spicer jokes.
Stephen Colbert’s “Lesson In Prepositions”
Seth Meyers’ “Late Night White House Press Briefing”
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