Sean Spicer – Tells Press “It’s Not My Fault!”
Press Secretary Sean Spicer has definitely had his share of flubs since President Donald Trump‘s administration took office, but on Thursday during his press conference, he finally came up with an excuse for them!
While he wasn’t as crafty as KellyAnne Conway was with coining a phrase as catchy as “alternative facts,” Spicer had his own trick up his sleeve.
Yesterday, when he began the press conference, he said, “Good morning,” even though it was almost 1 o’clock in the afternoon in Washington, D.C.
Upon realizing his error, he quickly said, “Good afternoon.”
To excuse his mix-up, he immediately followed up by stating that, “It’s not my fault. It’s on the paper.”
No, sadly, we’re not kidding. This is not a test. This is real life.
While Spicer was laughing it off while saying this, this minor mistake is still a bit disconcerting. Even if the paper said “morning,” does he not realize what time of the day it is where he is speaking? Is he a trained robot who completely relies on what’s “on the paper” and unable to think for himself?
There’s only one word to describe this- scary.