After Trump made the decision to appoint a New York financier as communications director, Spicer voiced that he completely disagreed with the choice, and could no longer complete his duties.
According to the New York Times, Trump requested the press secretary stay after he was offered the job, but he said he believed it was a major mistake, and so he had to leave.
Spicer first came under fire when he was criticized for making numerous false statements to the press about the Trump administration.
As Radar readers know, Spicer rose to fame when comedian Melissa McCarthy mocked him in a Saturday Night Live skit, where she hinted that he was a hothead who blindly followed the orders of the President.
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