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Twitter Rails on Spicer After Resignation: ‘At Least Sean Spicer Will Always Not Have the Vatican’

News broke today that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned. This comes in the wake of the White House’s decision to make longtime Trump supporter Anthony Scaramucci the new White House communications director. According to reports, Spicer is protesting Scaramucci’s hiring.

As one would expect, this huge bombshell grabbed a whole lot of attention on Twitter.

Here’s WaPo’s Dave Weigel referencing one of Spicer’s most infamous moments as press secretary:

There was also a request to get Melissa McCarthy and Saturday Night Live on the phone so they can put together a show tomorrow evening:

There was of course speculation that Spicer will now become a TV pundit:

One of Trump’s biggest far-right supporters was certainly happy about the news, declaring Scaramucci as someone the “base supports”:

Some found it interesting that Spicer’s red line was Scaramucci coming on board:

Then there was just some plain ol’ mockery coming from all across the political spectrum:

Mediaite’s Managing Editor Colby Hall and Senior Editor Jon Levine also weighed in:

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