¿Spelling? Spicer or Sphincter

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« It could be argued Sean Spicer lost it in his first news conference as President Trump’s press secretary, but looking at the vid cancels the, lost-it claim. A second consideration of Spicer’s defensive posture against the topic gives weight to the argument that Spicer, like his boss, will be entertaining. The New York Times claims Spicer’s angry letter to the editor of his college newspaper over a misspelling is evidence of Spicer’s ongoing war with the media. My analysis: ONE: Spicer was spelled, “Sphincter” in his college newspaper, which emboldens Spicer’s claim that it was not a chance misspelling, but rather a malicious jab TWO: with brief review I accept Spicer’s college newspaper was malicious in its misspelling THREE: I also accept the malicious jab at Spicer by his college paper was not random, but rather a jab at someone who’s hot-headed response could be predicted. Spicer is enough years out of college for this hot-headedness to soften, but his first press conference shows his raw edge is easily exposed. Trump chose Spicer . . .¿Why? . . . if a hot-headed media-sensative President hires a like press secretary that President must have mysterious purpose, and if the first press conference is any indication week by week Trump’s purpose will be exposed. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us


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