Sean Spicer Resigned As The White House Press Secretary! Protests Against The President

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Sean Spicer Resigned As The White House Press Secretary! Protests Against The President

Sean Spicer, the former member of Donald Trump's administration, resigned on Friday, the 21st of this month addressing the media in the White House.

On Friday, the media got occupied covering the news regarding the resignation of Sean Spicer; who acted as a press secretary of the White House.

Spicer addressed the media expressing his disagreement with President Donald Trump's step to appoint Anthony Scaramucci as his new communications director.

Caption: Sean Spicer, declaring his resignation against the president's new recruitment (Published on Jul 22, 2017).

The president has offered the job to Mr. Scaramucci, a New York financier, on Friday morning and asked Spicer to stay on as press secretary reported to the newly appointed communications director.

However, Mr. Spicer protested against the president's decision, reasoning that the appointment would add confusion to the White House administration.

Sean Spicer got appointed to the job of press secretary on December 22, 2016, and performed the dual role as a secretary and communications' director since May, after the former Communication Director Michael Dubke resigned.

A Short Wiki-Like Bio Of Sean Spicer:

Sean Michael Spicer was born in Barrington, Rhode Island, USA on September 23, 1971, and is 45 years of age. He belongs to a well off family, where his father worked as an insurance agent while his mother worked as an academic manager.

Sean used to work for Republican Congressman for the state of 'New Jersey Mike Pappas' as his first job in politics in the late 1990s. The politician was further involved in the field with his job of communications director and spokesman for the House Budget Committee.

He also became the comms director for the Republican Conference of the US House of Representatives in the later days. From the year 2006 to 2009, he served as the assistant US Trade Representative for the former President George W. Bush and then joined a 'private public relations firm.'

Spicer married his wife, Rebecca Claire Miller, then Television Producer, on November 13, 2004, and shares two children with her. Rebecca now works as a senior vice president, communications, and public affairs for the National Beer Wholesalers Association. The family now lives in Alexandria, Virginia.