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White House press secretary roasted with #SeanSpicerAFilm

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Feb 28, 2020, 5:03 pm*

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Dahlia Dandashi 

Dahlia Dandashi

Less than a week into Donald Trump‘s presidency, and Press Secretary Sean Spicer has already been made a mockery of. 

The man is gaining a reputation for his telling of false claims, starting with his assertion that 1.5 million attended Trump’s inauguration, resulting in the largest crowds ever. Memes in his honor have circulated Twitter, with #SpicerFacts and #SeanSpicerSays trending nationally.

Huffpost Comedy‘s Stupor Tuesday took it one step further, posing him as a liar and spinning him into fake movie titles. 

The savages of Twitter have rounded up—once again topping their previous levels of pun perfection—to have a go at #SeanSpicerAFilm. Here are some of the most ruthless creations found via the hashtag feed:

https://twitter.com/OccamsHacksaw/status/823982124789272576

https://twitter.com/mexiKant/status/824000906618404864

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Twitter receipts have shown that Spicer’s already thrown shade at Daft Punk and Dippin’ Dots. It’s probably just a matter of time before he follows in Trump’s footsteps, making an enemy out of the Huffington Post and other “dishonest media.” 

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*First Published: Jan 25, 2017, 5:00 am