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Spicey, we hardly knew ye. On Friday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned from his position, according to the New York Times (opens in new tab), because he opposed President Trump hiring Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.
In his six months in the position, Spicer became known for his fiery attacks on journalists, and eventually for scaling back on broadcasting press briefings on live television. But perhaps most of all, he became nearly synonymous with Melissa McCarthy's hilarious impression on Saturday Night Live. Hopefully SNL will give Spicey one last hurrah before he rides off into the sunset. But until then, check out Twitter's funniest reactions to the big political news.
Sean Spicer has resigned, stating he wants to spend more time lying to his familyJuly 21, 2017
Sean Spicer is resigning to spend more time hiding in the bushes with his family.July 21, 2017
I'll miss you, Sean Spicer. pic.twitter.com/D9bnvOKyCeJuly 21, 2017
Sean Spicer was the only fun thing about American politics in 2017 and look what we did! ☹️July 21, 2017
Can't wait to see Sean Spicer waltz on Dancing With the Stars.July 21, 2017
Melissa McCarthy requests privacy at this difficult time.July 21, 2017
Let the Spicer redemption tour begin https://t.co/VyXzSJLbWVJuly 21, 2017
Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.
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