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'''Sean Spicer''' (born September 23, 1971) was the White House press secretary for the first six months of the [[Trump Administration]].<ref>Herman, Steve (July 21, 2017). [https://www.voanews.com/a/spicer-resigns/3953784.html White House Press Secretary Spicer Resigns]. ''Voice of America''. Retrieved July 21, 2017.</ref> In addition to the press secretary, Spicer also held the title of communications director. Prior to his current job, he was formerly communications director for the House Government Reform Committee and in 2011, communications director of the [[Republican National Committee]], where he worked with [[Reince Priebus]].
 
'''Sean Spicer''' (born September 23, 1971) was the White House press secretary for the first six months of the [[Trump Administration]].<ref>Herman, Steve (July 21, 2017). [https://www.voanews.com/a/spicer-resigns/3953784.html White House Press Secretary Spicer Resigns]. ''Voice of America''. Retrieved July 21, 2017.</ref> In addition to the press secretary, Spicer also held the title of communications director. Prior to his current job, he was formerly communications director for the House Government Reform Committee and in 2011, communications director of the [[Republican National Committee]], where he worked with [[Reince Priebus]].
  
Spicer served as Press Secretary for 182 days, the shortest tenure since during [[Bill Clinton]]'s presidency.<ref>[http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/21/spicer-resigns-press-secretarys-tenure-shortest-since-clinton-administration.html Spicer resigns: Press secretary's tenure shortest since Clinton administration]. ''Fox News''. July 21, 2017. Retrieved July 21, 2017.</ref>
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Spicer served as Press Secretary for 182 days, the shortest tenure since during [[Bill Clinton]]'s presidency.<ref>[https://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/21/spicer-resigns-press-secretarys-tenure-shortest-since-clinton-administration.html Spicer resigns: Press secretary's tenure shortest since Clinton administration]. ''Fox News''. July 21, 2017. Retrieved July 21, 2017.</ref>
  
 
Spicer is married and has two children.
 
Spicer is married and has two children.

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Sean Spicer (born September 23, 1971) was the White House press secretary for the first six months of the Trump Administration.[1] In addition to the press secretary, Spicer also held the title of communications director. Prior to his current job, he was formerly communications director for the House Government Reform Committee and in 2011, communications director of the Republican National Committee, where he worked with Reince Priebus.

Spicer served as Press Secretary for 182 days, the shortest tenure since during Bill Clinton's presidency.[2]

Spicer is married and has two children.

See also

References

  1. Herman, Steve (July 21, 2017). White House Press Secretary Spicer Resigns. Voice of America. Retrieved July 21, 2017.
  2. Spicer resigns: Press secretary's tenure shortest since Clinton administration. Fox News. July 21, 2017. Retrieved July 21, 2017.