Sean Spicer Walks Into a Genius Bar

  • Sean Spicer Walks Into a Genius Bar

Sean Spicer Walks Into a Genius Bar

An Indian-American woman confronted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at an Apple store over the weekend, asking if he is a criminal and telling him that he "works for a fascist".

As reported in the following Washington Post tweet, reporter David Frum notes that if President Trump does indeed donate his salary as president to charity in 2017, it will be 40 times more than what Mr. Trump has given to charity in the seven years leading up to 2016.

Ms Chauhan said she had been at the forefront of criticism since posting the video.

The press secretary largely ignored the woman as he browsed through the store but interrupted her once to say that she lives in "such a great country that allows you to be here".

It is after this barrage that Spicer delivers his allegedly "racist" remark, saying: "It's such a great country that allows you to be here".

Spicer's announcement comes after the White House, the Treasury Department, and the Office of Personnel Management all declined to confirm to MSNBC whether or not Trump had donated his first $33,333 paycheck yet. "Have you helped with the Russian Federation stuff?"

'Have you committed treason too? "Just like the president", she asks.

"Don't tell me what he probably meant", she told the Daily Mail. They have told me to go back to where I came from. "I looked up to see Sean Spicer".

She saw Spicer at the Apple Store when she went in to have her phone fixed and made a decision to question the press secretary, "since he doesn't like the press".

In a subsequent fact-check, the Washington Post cited White House sources who said that the reports in question were published by Breitbart, the BBC, Heat Street, the New York Times, and Fox News. No one wants to be told they're working for a fascist or ruining America (even if it's true).

"If the allegation is left out there, it undermines the confidence the American people have in the entire way that the government does business", McCain said. Asked if, when the president says something, it can be trusted to be real, Spicer replied: "If he's not joking, of course".

"There's a lot of way that could've been said".

In his March 4 tweets, Trump tweeted that he had just learned President Obama had had his wires tapped in Trump Tower during the election, calling Obama a "bad or sick guy".

Chauhan has made harassing members of the administration a regular thing. I've already said, I turned down my salary.

"He also said we would see Melania's papers, his taxes, proof of voter fraud.see a pattern here", chimed in another.