Sean Spicer talks Trump, combative politics, January 6 and ‘absolutes’


Sean Spicer was Donald Trump‘s Press Secretary and Director of Communications in the White House from January 21, 2017 until July that year when he resigned from the role.

What’s Sean Spicer doing now?

He’s currently a broadcaster with American cable station Newsmax where he hosts a nightly show.

Sean is a New York Times bestselling author who has written three books – The Briefing: Politics, the Press, and the President in 2018, Leading America: President Trump’s Commitment to People, Patriotism, and Capitalism in 2020 and most recently RADICAL NATION: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America.

What Sean talks about in this episode?

In a wide-ranging interview with Buzz editor Mike Sheridan on The Delve, Spicer talks about the current polarisation between cable news networks and the combative nature of American politics, why Donald Trump will win the Republican nomination in 2024, his opinion on January 6 and why he believes members of the Democratic party are hypocritical when it comes to dangerous rhetoric.

Spicer also talks about the challenges the Republican party faces as popular Democrats Beto ‘O’Rourke and Stacey Abrams both make runs for Governor in Texas and Georgia in 2022.



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