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Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press Secretary

By Michelle Jones. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Sean Spicer resigns as press secretary of the White House. He delivered the news this morning after informing President Trump that he strongly disagreed with his decision to appoint Anthony Scaramucci to the post of communications director.

Sean Spicer Resigns
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Sean Spicer resigns

A source with direct knowledge of the matter reportedly told The New York Times that Spicer had told the President that he felt it was a huge mistake to appoint Scaramucci to the position. Despite that, Trump offered the New York financier the post at around 10 a.m. He also asked Spicer to stay on as White House press secretary, but Spicer reportedly refused.

Spicer’s time as press secretary for the White House has certainly had its ups and downs, so it probably doesn’t come as a shock for most who have followed the happenings within the Trump administration. Spicer had been handling some of the responsibilities of the post Scaramucci has been appointed to fill, so the two would have had to work closely.

Who is Anthony Scaramucci?

Anthony Scaramucci has had a varied career, and he currently serves as a senior vice president and chief strategy officer for the U.S. Export-Import Bank. He was a member of Trump’s transition team after the presidential election, and Trump has been trying to get Scaramucci a position within his administration since January when he announced that he planned to appoint the financier to the post of White House Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs.

However, there was a delay in his swearing-in when the Office of Government Ethics reviewed his finances, although the office did say that it wasn’t necessary that someone be cleared before actually being appointed to serve in the White House. Eventually, George Sifakis was named to serve in the post.

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