Sean Spicer Attacks WaPo for Not Printing NY Times Exclusive; Twitter Ridicules Him

Former Press Secretary Sean Spicer doesn’t tweet often, but when he does, it’s usually to vent about the evils of liberal bias in the media. And on Friday, Spicer was apparently outraged that the print edition of The Washington Post made no mention of bombshell sexual harassment allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein.

He tweeted a photo (see above), of the alleged misdead, pointing out that Weinstein is a Democratic Party donor.

Of course, what the communications professional apparently doesn’t understand is that the Weinstein story is a New York Times scoop — and while the Post covered the story extensively on its website, papers are not prone to aggregating a rival’s exclusive in their print edition.

As CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski helpfully explained:

None of this is to mention that Spicer’s former boss, President Donald Trump, has had his own fair share of sexual harassment accusations.

Social media mockery was, as usual, swift and severe:

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