First, let us all pause for a moment of silence for Sean Spicer, the White House spokesperson. Not only does he have to get behind a podium almost daily to defend President Donald Trump about the size of his crowds and other silliness, but he’s also being mercilessly mocked by Melissa McCarthy, who plays him on “Saturday Night Live.” Even though his press briefings now rival soap operas in TV ratings, Spicer clearly isn’t enjoying the ride.

Poor, poor Spicer. Why is he getting all the heat, when he’s just delivering the message from the Trump administration?

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