PR disaster Sean Spicer steps down to take on a more senior role
Here are just a few statements Spicer has put out there that ... well, while being in line with the president's views, have not left the best impression of the Press Secretary, neither managed to do anything good for Trump.
Nazis and gases
"We didn't use chemical weapons in world war two. You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn't even sink to using chemical weapons." Okay, let's stick with that.
Numbers and facts
"This was the largest audience to ever witness the inauguration, period, both in person and around the globe." and "Sometimes we can disagree with the facts."
"I don't think the president owns a bathrobe. He definitely doesn't wear one."
It's worth a mention that pretty much every time Spicer tried to correct himself, he only managed to dig himself deeper into a hole.
It's tough to be Trump's translator, we can all agree on that, and you'd have to be a miracle worker to make the man sound intelligent. But Spicer didn't even get close to it. Instead, he himself could use a PR person who would translate what he actually meant to say.
Now that he's stepping down as White House Press Secretary, he's seeking a more strategic role in the administration, possibly more senior communication role. And no, that's not a joke.