White House press secretary and noted gumboy Sean Spicer hasn’t been having a very good time. Melania (allegedly) hates him, he’s mocked mercilessly, Trump probably wants to fire him, and most recently, the devout Catholic didn’t even get to meet the Pope. But it wasn’t always this way. There was a time Sean had…
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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, a man perfectly engineered to survive a frat party balcony collapse, is at the White House today with his Patriots teammates so that they can be honored for their Super Bowl victory. Gronk, perhaps having been set free to wander the halls, crashed White House press secretary Sean…
A reporter lobbed a softball to Sean Spicer and asked whether President Trump would be rooting for the New York Rangers (Donald’s home state) or Washington Capitals (the team representing D.C.) in the NHL playoffs. The stooge did not provide a pick.
Hey, this is a nice little place. Have you ordered? You sounded pretty upset on the phone. Is everything alright? Ah. So what I’m hearing is that you think I’m cheating on you, is that accurate? What are your sources? My Twitter? I tweeted it? Let me see about that.
For a far-right blog with white nationalist ties, Breitbart has gained incredible access to the White House. Trump’s inner circle is populated with numerous alumni, and today, their fawning pro-Trump propaganda paid off as they were granted an exclusive Facebook Live with unhinged press secretary Sean Spicer.
Melissa McCarthy made a special appearance on Saturday Night Live tonight to portray White House press secretary Sean Spicer. It’s incredible:
The Rockets have gone 3-5 over their past eight games, but if you look at those numbers in a different light, they’ve actually gone 8-0. Most cowardly media elites won’t tell you this.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr’s joke at the expense of White House press secretary Sean Spicer and the Trump administration’s embrace of “alternative facts” seems to have inspired others to get in on the roast. The sports people are crackin’ jokes and we are loving it.
Before his team took on the Magic in Orlando yesterday afternoon, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was introduced to the home crowd as a “former Orlando Magic star.” That was a curious way to describe Kerr, seeing as how he only ever played 47 games in Orlando, where he averaged 2.6 points per game.