A Nation Weeps as Sean Spicer Turns Down Dancing With the Stars

A Nation Weeps as Sean Spicer Turns Down Dancing With the Stars

A Nation Weeps as Sean Spicer Turns Down Dancing With the Stars

According to TMZ, sources close to the one-time White House spokesperson stated that while Spicer appreciated the interest, he had to turn it down because he had an "overwhelming number of commitments in the Fall".

However, Reuters reported that Spicer would still be leaving, and that he has been fielding offers from major news networks since his resignation.

The New York Post's Page Six was one of the first to report that ABC executives had reached out to Spicer, who served as communications director for the Republican National Committee before he joined President Trump's team. According to unnamed sources, the former Trump administration official signed with Barnett and Michael O'Connor of Williams & Connolly following meetings with the broadcasters.

Page Six backs up this claim from additional sources who say that Spicer just retained the services of Bob Barnett, a high-powered lawyer "who represents a host of top politicians and TV news personalities".

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Spicer became a household name in only a few months as press secretary, his sometimes-combative style lambasted by Saturday Night Live.

Obviously the entertainment value of Sean Spicer attempting in vain to learn the foxtrot-admittedly, the only dance I know the name of-would've been at an all-time, Mooch-level high.

While Radar reported just yesterday that nothing was "set in stone", it has now been announced that the former press secretary has turned the offer down.

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