An American woman of Indian descent has accused White House press secretary Sean Spicer of racism after an exchange in an Apple store in Washington. Shree Chauhan, 33, challenged Mr Spicer as he was shopping, asking: "How does it feel to work for a fascist?" - referring to President Donald Trump. Mr Spicer said: "It's such a great country that allows you to be here." Ms Chauhan videoed the encounter and posted it online, drawing 300,000 views since Saturday. She has been attacked online since posting the video, with critics branding her "vile" and accusing her of harassment.
Sean Spicer took to the podium to take a variety of questions from key media Monday - calling on Fox Business, the New York Post and the Christian Broadcasting Network for the first three questions - but the internet only had one query on its mind. SEE ALSO: That didn't take long: Trump's press secretary is already a meme The new White House press secretary did his best to focus the news agenda on TPP, Skype seats for remote journalists and other issues during the session. But on Twitter, a short segment from a recent Washington Post piece about Sean Spicer's mouth was really striking a chord. Even when he is not speaking, it works on overdrive, churning through pieces of Orbit cinnamon gum, which he chews and swallows whole. Notwithstanding his line of work, the man just can't stand a gross-feeling mouth."Two
Trump's new administration seems to have a long-standing vendetta against music-making robots. Daft Punk, have long hid under the guise of shiny robotic helmets. It's their schtick and it's worked for years, earning them multiple awards and chart-topping songs--but according to Donald Trump's press secretary, they'need to grow up.' Sean Spicer--the man who has fought Dippin' Dots and inauguration crowds--gladly made his opinions knows to the French hit-makers back in 2014. Despite him claiming to be a fan, they're slightly embarrassing. SEE ALSO: Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer has an odd, long-running feud with Dippin' Dots Spicer, intent to live-tweet the Grammys back in 2014, started off by calling the duo'Daft Funk' and claiming that they were ruining their 10 seconds in the spotlight, though he did not specify how, exactly.
It sounds like an "alternative fact": Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, apparently swallows dozens of pieces of gum every day. Spicer said he rips through pieces of Orbit cinnamon gum to keep his palate feeling clean, according to an August story in the Washington Post that found a second life on Twitter this week. SEE ALSO: Can you trust a press secretary who swallows his gum whole? "Two and a half packs by noon," Spicer told the Post in August, when he was still the chief strategist and communications director of the Republican National Committee. While swallowing dozens of pieces of gum may not sound like a great idea, it actually isn't as bad as popular myth would have you believe.