Howard Stern calls Sean Spicer 'embarrassing' but 'entertaining as hell'

Howard Stern calls Sean Spicer 'embarrassing' but 'entertaining as hell'

Howard Stern calls Sean Spicer 'embarrassing' but 'entertaining as hell'

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he let down President Donald Trump when he made a comparisan between Adolph Hitler and the Assad regime in the use of chemical weapons.

Spicer landed in hot water Tuesday when he attacked Syrian butcher Bashar Assad for using chemical weapons by arguing that "someone as despicable as Hitler. didn't even sink to using chemical weapons".

"What did the Nazis use to exterminate millions of Jews if not chemicals in their death camps?" said AJC chief David Harris.

In response to Spicer's remarks AJC (a global Jewish advocacy organization) CEO David Harris said: "AJC is astonished by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's comment today that Adolph Hitler did not use chemical weapons". "It was a mistake".

Perino was certainly sympathetic to Spicer and she told him, "I do think you're a little harder on yourself than you need to be".

"By coming to the defense of Sean Spicer and calling his comments valid, Rep. Kevin Cramer is complicit in this administration's record of Holocaust denial", Irwin said. Since the inauguration, however, Stern has said the presidency will be "detrimental" to Trump's mental health because "he has a very sensitive ego".

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But Matt Brooks, executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition, said that while "using the issue of the Holocaust or Hitler is problematic on many levels", he believed Spicer had "genuinely and sincerely apologized".

"I made a mistake", Mr Spicer said during an event at a museum in Washington on Wednesday.

While Spicer has already apologized again and again for his mishap, Congressman Kevin Cramer (R-ND) appears to be doubling down on Spicer's statement, according to CNN.

He was accused of being insensitive to Jews and Holocaust survivors, in a week when many will celebrate the festival of Passover.

'Spicer managed to make Assad look good.

In January, Jewish groups and others criticized the White House for omitting any mention of Hitler's Jewish victims in a statement marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We don't use chemical weapons.

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