He was ‘spiced’ all right.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer had to play a combination traffic cop and kindergarten teacher Thursday when a reporter kept calling out to him for attention.
When Spicer called on another reporter for a question, The New York Times’ Glenn Thrush kept interrupting with a question of his own.
Both Thrush and Spicer have been portrayed in “Saturday Night Live” skits. Thrush basically works as a Democrat operative for the Times and is partly the subject behind a recent media hit piece on Trump.
“Glenn, this isn’t a TV program,” he told Thrush, apparently with the “SNL” sketches in mind.
“You don’t get to just yell out questions,” he added. “We’re going to raise our hands like big boys and girls.”
Conservatives and Trump fans loved it.
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And finally one invented a new term for what had happened.
@LindaSuhler he got Spiced
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“Spiced.” I like that and hope it catches on.
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