Noooooooooooooooooooo!!! I can’t deal with this life! The one shining star in President Donald Trump’s abysmal and hopelessly clueless Cabinet was White House press secretary Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer.
If recent reports are correct, we may have seen the last of Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer, and if this is so, then it sucks for America. Spicy Facts was a weekly dose of comic relief in a White House so absurd that it tipped over the line of tragic comedy and now currently lives in tragedy.
White House press secretary Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer is up to his old tricks again. After several months of claiming that the press spends too much time paying attention to President Twitter Fingas’ timeline, Spicy now claims that the president’s tweets are official statements from the president and should be treated…
I love White House Press Secretary Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer. I have ever since he took office, and mostly because he’s a goddamn embarrassment. He’s the mouthpiece for an administration whose members don’t seem to know their ass from their hat, so watching him walk out in front of a pressroom firing squad of…
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! I can’t take this.
Things got pretty testy Friday morning when President Donald Trump threatened to end all daily White House press briefings because “it is not possible” for his staff to speak with “perfect accuracy” to the American public. Yes, you read that correctly.
Adulting is hard. This week I complain to podcast co-host Stephen A. Crockett Jr. the third that I’m having a rough time trying to keep up with all the things life gives adults. He does something that surprises me: He listens and even offers me advice.
Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer is a loquacious man when he wants to be, and when he doesn’t, well, he hides in bushes to avoid reporters who want to know what the hell is going on in the White House.
In what surely has to be a disappointment for a White House that used this case to dubious and distasteful political advantage, prosecutors have dropped charges against two Hispanic teens accused of raping a girl in a Maryland high school bathroom.
It’s been an interesting year to be veteran White House reporter April Ryan. Between back-and-forths with President Donald Trump and his press secretary, Sean Spicer, and her generally excellent work, Ryan’s name has been in the spotlight pretty much since this administration made itself comfy in the White House.
The White House briefing room erupted in cries of “Sean!” Tuesday when press secretary Sean Spicer bolted from the briefing without taking questions.
From the time Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer received the position of White House press secretary, I’ve been trying to decide whether he’s an idiot. Sure, taking a position in this bumbling administration requires a certain level of stupidity, but I’m still stuck on whether or not Spicer is an actual idiot.
Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer has done it now. During a White House press briefing in which the press secretary was trying to characterize Syrian President Bashar Assad and his connection with President TrumPutin’s play cousin Mother Russia, Spicy Facts decided to invoke Adolf Hitler’s name.
Nature shows us many examples of “natural enemies” in the wild. Mongooses will take on poisonous snakes without a thought, sea lions will mob up and attack killer whales, and a pack of hyenas will take on a lion three times their size. When you know who your enemy is; when you know you’re just prey pretending to be a…
On Thursday, news broke late that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was seeking an immunity deal in exchange for some juicy bits about Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia. On Friday, President Tiny Twitter Fingers was back at it, tweeting:
While we don’t know if Hillary Clinton lost fair and square to President Vladimir TrumPutin, we do know that she lost, and as it stands, the former secretary of state did not win the presidency and does not hold a current position in TrumPutin’s regime. So TrumPutin’s administration really needs to stop dragging her…
On Wednesday morning The Root’s political editor, Jason Johnson, appeared on MSNBC Live, as he often does, alongside Matt Schlapp of the American Conservative Union. Johnson is a veteran political analyst, writer and politics professor at Morgan State University. (Although I have no idea how he does all of this,…
So Sean Spicer is back with another twist, actually saying that it is somehow “demeaning” to veteran White House reporter April Ryan to suggest that she can’t “take it.” By “it,” he is, of course, referring to the fact that he told a grown woman to “stop shaking your head” when she was listening to him (not) respond…
There is something about black women in positions of power and influence that brings out the devil in white men. The residue of evil clings to them like a moldy cloak.