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Spicer Doesn’t Deny that His “Role May be Changing”

“When we have an announcement of a personnel nature, we’ll let you know.”

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4 Responses to Spicer Doesn’t Deny that His “Role May be Changing”

  1. I expect this kind of thing to continue throughout both of Our President Donald John Trump’s terms. As a CEO, he knows the value of using people’s talents in the right place at the right time. It is a wise management strategy that uncovers hidden abilities and keeps people energized and excited about their work. In his businesses he often did this kind of thing – giving people opportunity to move into other roles. If they are very good where they are and do not wish to change, he has also let them continue where they are too.

  2. OT

    They can come at the Administration all they want.

    What they cannot seem to do is win an election. In Georgia, with $50 million out of state monies, the Dem goes down to a weak GOPe candidate. And quickly.

  3. Also I think this is unseemly. If the President is unhappy with him, then he needs to replace him. What is this swinging in the wind garbage?

    • I don’t think that is what it is, Grace. I think Spicer will take on a different role – one that he wants – but they just are not saying what yet. That’s why he is involved in the hiring process. It’ll be interesting to see where he will be helping MAGA!