Published: Fri, September 22, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

Sean Spicer doesn't think he ever lied while press secretary

Sean Spicer doesn't think he ever lied while press secretary

Former colleagues said Spicer filled "notebook after notebook" during meetings when he served as communications director for the Republican National Committee, and he continued the practice while serving on the Trump campaign and then at the White House, reported Axios. I am able to go out and explain a lot of things now, but I'm not on a tour.

"I did that. Where there were mistakes that were made that I got something wrong, I think I've owned that", he said.

On Thursday, during an interview on "Good Morning America", he said he never "knowingly" lied on behalf of President Donald Trump.

It was a nod to the claims Spicer made at a press briefing back in January when he proclaimed that Trump's inauguration drew the "largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period, both in-person and around the globe". "He thought I did a great job, and so it was very reassuring".

Spicer's run in the White House was controversial due to his tense relationship with the media and for presenting factually incorrect information, so his appearance at TV's biggest night was not well received by everyone in attendance.

"So yes, from that standpoint, I think I could have probably had more facts at hand and been more articulate in describing the entirety of what that day was about". "I'm out having some fun". The mistakes he made, he has attempted to take responsibility for publicly, according to Spicer himself.

Spicer said President Trump was supportive of his Emmys cameo (despite Trump's calling out the awards show on Tuesday for its "worst ever" ratings).

"I feel very good with my image", Spicer told co-host Paula Faris. His demeanour appeared to shift as he answered each time: "I'm not gonna discuss that issue at all". "Please refrain from sending me unsolicited texts and emails", Spicer wrote to Allen in an email. A reporter is breaking no law by asking a source for comment on a story he is writing about. "Should you not do so I will contact the appropriate legal authorities to address your harassment".

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