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James Corden 'disappointed' in himself for Sean Spicer snap
December 16 2017, 03:06 | Frederick Owens
Sean Spicer helps Stephen Colbert mock Trump at the Emmys: Ex-press secretary turns on his old boss with shock cameo as host ridicules the President as a 'morally corrupt anti-hero'
Yeah. I know you think that is a picture of me kissing Sean Spicer.
Close Modal Window Hang on for a minute.we're trying to find some more stories you might like. The "Sean" in question was none other than Sean Spicer, the disgraced former press secretary in the Trump White House. James Corden was photographed kissing Sean Spicer on the cheek post-Emmys, and possibly trying to get in on the joke, but it just wasn't wasn't a good look. This statement has been proven false by pictorial evidence and eyewitness reports.
Hesaid the audience was was "the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration" despite photographic evidence to the contrary. How about "Holocaust Center?" I just happened to kiss the biggest one there'. If anyone should be angry with Spicer it's Trump's true believers.
It's not as if Kim Jong-Un could step down as a dictator in North Korea and then suddenly become a comedian, and we say, "Well, we forgive him now".
During host#Stephen Colbert'sopening monologue, Spicer rolled out a portable White House podium in order to make a few surprise comments.
It helped that Spicer wore his shame on his sleeve on occasion, laughing alongside reporters as he attempted to fill in the logical gaps on issues such as Trump's sudden embrace of positive jobs numbers, the same numbers he'd criticized before entering office.
In the lobby, the former press secretary was seen having a grand time, which apparently is becoming quite common for him. It is inarguable that it carried this category because of its political satire-Baldwin portrays Donald Trump; MacKinnon, Hillary Clinton; McCarthy, Sean Spicer-and that SNL has a history of providing gallows humor in light of White House-imposed despair.
Not, however, famed fictional anti-muggle racist Lucius Malfoy (aka actor Jason Isaacs), who took to Instagram to note his confused displeasure that Spicer was at the festivities.
And let's not forget the end of the bit when Colbert calls himMelissa McCarthy. It's the stuff comedy was made for.