Sean ‘Spicy Facts’ Spicer Is Getting Some Help, so Maybe He’ll Calm His Ass Down

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Looks like Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer is finally going to get some relief, with reports coming from the White House that a new communications director is expected to be announced Friday.


And who is the White House going with? Some dude, Mike Dubke, the founder of Crossroads Media, two administration officials told CNN.

Not everyone inside Trump’s White House is pleased, since many were hoping that a campaign veteran would have gotten the position.

“Dubke and his Crossroads friends did everything they could to kill the Trump movement and failed,” one loyalist told CNN.

Dubke founded Crossroads Media in 2001 and claims it’s “the premier Republican media services firm,” according to a description on its website. Once Dubke is appointed (should the rumors be true), he will provide immediate relief for Spicy Facts, who was working as both the communications director and the White House press secretary, roles that are usually filled by two folks.

Let’s hope that once the announcement is made and Spicy Facts only has to do one job, we can finally get some coherent answers to legitimate questions. Who knows? Maybe Spicy Facts will mellow out and become a kinder, gentler version of his old self.

Yeah, right.

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Maybe they can just turn all of the press conferences over to Donald. That way he’ll cause less trouble, Spicer can relax a little, and we can all enjoy watching Donald implode on national TV on a regular basis.