Sean Spicer Speaks 'Fluent Moron — Howard Stern

Patrice Gainsbourg
Abril 19, 2017

In response to Spicer's remarks, Rea Carey, National LGBTQ Task Force executive director said, "We are outraged by White House press secretary Sean Spicer's denial of Hitler's use of chemical weapons, which in fact contributed to the death of over 6 million Jews and others through the use of gas chambers".

"I mistakenly used an inappropriate and insensitive reference to the Holocaust for which, frankly, there is no comparison", Spicer told CNN hours after he made the remarks.

When asked to clarify later in the briefing, Spicer said: "I think when you come to sarin gas, he was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing". He said Sean Spicer made a terible mistake.

A Republican lawmaker on Wednesday became the first member of his party to call for the resignation of Sean Spicer after the White House press secretary compared the military actions of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolf Hitler. "Any attack on innocent people is reprehensible and inexcusable", Spicer said in the statement.

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The maneuvers came as US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson embarked upon his first Asian trip, landing in Japan on March 15. North Korea could potentially strike Australia if its missile program was allowed to continue, she said.

"When I heard this, I was like, Trump's got to fire this guy, I think", Stern said on his SiriusXM radio show.

Throwing up his hands, Coffman said: "He needs to go". I was trying to draw a distinction of the tactic of using airplanes to drop chemical weapons on population centers. But if I'm President Trump, I'm like, you know, . "So you have to, if you're Russian Federation, ask yourself is this a country that you and a regime that you want to align yourself with?"

"Why would [Trump] not want a guy that makes him look good?" "I think what he was saying is that Hitler didn't take chemical weapons out in a battle-like form and do what Assad did with these children".

"Spicer made a awful mistake yesterday". Zeeland Congressman Bill Huizenga says he feels Spicer was not trying to use the comment lightly as an example, but trying to underscore the atrocities in Syria.

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