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In his first briefing as White House press secretary, Sean Spicer made it clear the Trump administration was not going to play by traditional Washington rules. He began with a lie that was big, bold, and obvious and delivered it with unfettered confidence. Even though photographic evidence clearly showed that attendance at President Trump’s inauguration was much smaller than both of Barack Obama’s, Spicer didn’t let the facts get in the way. “This was largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period,” Spicer said.


Over his six months on the job, Spicer had to back up and defend the Trump administration’s biggest lies to the American public. He said President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. He claimed the Muslim ban was, in fact, not a “ban,” and that Paul Manafort had a “limited role” in the Trump campaign. One of his biggest gaffes was saying Adolph Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.”

Although it’s only been six months, Sean Spicer’s resignation from the Trump administration feels like the end of an era. Here’s how the Internet is saying goodbye to Spicey:

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