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Press Secretary Sean Spicer Reported For Duty at the Pentagon in His Dual Role

Press Secretary Sean Spicer didn’t have the greatest week recently when he mispoke about Hitler and chemical weapons during a press briefing. The left took the opportunity to pounce on his comment, calling for his resignation.

If it were up to many on the left, they would have the public believe that Spicer is incapable of handling any position within the Trump administration.

However, that would be false.

On Friday, Spicer reported for duty at the Pentagon. Spicer is a commander in the U.S. Navy Reserves serving currently in the Joint Staff’s naval reserve contingent in D.C..

Spicer joined the reserve in 1999 and graduated with a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College in 2012.

Prior to joining the reserves, he worked as a spokesman for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative when George W. Bush was president. He worked in other Republican roles prior to that.

Spicer has also worked as a media planner in Guam, Sweden and Germany.

When it’s your job to speak on behalf of the President of the United States on a daily basis there will be occasions when you misspeak or when those in the press corps aren’t satisfied because you won’t fall for their often “scripted” questions.

Many like the job Spicer is doing as press secretary but think the only thing that he could improve on is not be so easy on the mostly biased press!

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