Sean Spicer offers to record personal messages ‘half off’ for Valentine’s Day, will donate proceeds to charity

Looking for a last-minute gift for your Valentine or one that will be remembered for a long time? Sean Spicer has got your back.

The former White House press secretary is offering “an amazing deal” on a recorded video message for Valentine’s Day and shared the promotion on his Instagram account this week.

“Hey guys, it’s Sean Spicer with an amazing deal,” Spicer announced.

“This month, for the entire month of February, my videos that normally cost $400– over 50 percent off,” he explained Tuesday. “$199 is going to give you the best Valentine’s Day gift ever. What way to say, ‘I love you, I’m thinking of you,’ this Valentine’s Day than a video from me?”

But Spicer’s offer is not just a gig to make some extra cash as he explained all of the proceeds would be going to a company that provides resources and tools for injured veterans.

“But the best part about this is all the proceeds go to the Independence Fund this month, which provide track wheelchairs to our injured service members who have mobility issues,” President Trump’s former White House Communications Director continued in the video.

“So you’re doing something really good and you’re giving the best gift that you can possibly give to that special person in your life: a video from me,” Spicer said.

Other former Trump administration officials have also made themselves available for videos on Cameo, including  former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci who sold his messages for $100 and Omarosa whose videos cost $49. Trump’s 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski can record a message for $55 and there are even two Trump impersonators offering video messages.

Meanwhile, Spicer announced this week that he was rejoining the Trump administration, which he left in 2017, tweeting out that he will be part of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.

Reince Priebus, Trump’s first White House chief of staff, was also appointed to the same unpaid honorary position.

Spicer is also launching his own cable news talk show, “Spicer & Co.,” on Super Tuesday next month which will feature “Washington insiders, experts, journalists and power brokers,” according to a press release.

“There will be a lot of talk about how the news is being covered and segments where we call out the media,” the former  “Dancing With the Stars” contestant told Page Six.

“But it’s not a media watchdog. It’s more of a discussion — what people talk about at the dinner table,” he added.

“It’s less focused on news and is more of a conversation about the news and issues of the day,” Spicer said. “It’ll be a cross-section — not just politics, but folks that are in entertainment and sports. The topics we’re going to cover will tilt right, but the idea is to have a discussion. You’re not going to have talking points thrown at you or just hear one side. It will be a holistic discussion.”

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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