Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Spills All



“He has been helping politicians get elected to the most powerful positions in the country for decades,” Dr. Phil says.

Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary, strategist, communications expert, and author joins Dr. Phil on the Phil in the Blanks podcast to share all his secrets. What does he say about former President Donald Trump’s tweets? How does he explain his quote about Trump’s inauguration? And, how does he describe his time in the White House? He answers these questions and more!


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Quotes:


  • "I think I lost ten years of my life in those six months." Sean Spicer

  • "He knew early on how his actions, his statements, his tweets drove media. Trump It's all gut." Sean Spicer

  • "We're only as strong as the laws that we pass." Sean Spicer

  • "I think we're losing that sense of right and wrong in terms of lawlessness, but also just a sense of decency." Sean Spicer

  • "I'd rather make $179,000 doing something that I love doing than get $300,000 banging my head against the wall every day saying, I hate being here." Sean Spicer

  • "We've done a lot of things in the last two or three years. That has rewarded bad behavior." Dr. Phil

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  • Sean Spicer is a behind-the-scenes political insider, whose reach and influence has been rarely matched anywhere in the world. He has been helping politicians get elected to the most powerful positions in the country for decades, manifesting huge upsets, over seeing landslides and managing entire sea changes in the American electorate.

  • He is a master strategist, consultant, pollster, communications expert, best-selling author, a media personality, and host of an influential cable news program. If that weren't enough to keep him busy he's also a charitable organizer who has helped thousands of disabled vets.

  • Agree with him or not, he has been involved in the most important events in recent American political history.

  • Politics have sides, sides have controversial issues and control proponents. Sean Spicer is no stranger to controversy, criticism, and sometimes just outright attacks on his character. At one point he took the job as WH Press Sec and when he, despite being A BTS guy he came into the job with an incredibly high recognition profile. Those who didn’t know him, SOON had an opinion!

MORE ABOUT SPICER

  • U.S. Trade Representative, as the Chief Strategist and Director Communications at the Republican National Committee, to presidential campaigns, White House Press Secretary.

  • Sean made his way up through the ranks and has experience at every level in Washington.

  • Few are as well-equipped as Sean to pull back the curtain and dissect what's really happening in the nation's capital.

  • Sean is the host of “Spicer & Co.” on Newsmax at 6p weekdays.

  • Sean is also the President of RigWil LLC, a strategic consulting firm that provides insights to C-suite corporate and association executives.

  • Additionally, he is a founding Partner of point1, a mail, digital, and consulting firm that works with top Republican candidates in key races across the country.

  • In August 2019, President Trump announced Sean’s appointment to the Board of Visitors at the US Naval Academy and in February 2020 to the Commission on White House Fellows.

  • A Keynote speaker, Sean has traveled the world addressing groups, corporations, forums, schools, and associations.

  • He served as a Visiting fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics during the 2017-2018.

  • He is the author of New York Times bestselling book The Briefing, headline-grabbing Trump administration’s first year as well as the 2016 campaign and his time in Washington.

  • Sean was also a contestant on Season 28 of Dancing with the Stars in the fall of 2019. ←WHY?

  • Joining season 28 was seen as an attempt to help erase his unsavory reputation in the minds of many Americans — and the show’s willingness to make him a “star” was seen as giving him a pass he didn’t deserve.

  • Allowing Sean Spicer to play a goofy clown on Dancing With the Stars would be too kind for what this man actually deserves, his critics argued. To them, Spicer’s appearance on the show would serve as a chance to reintroduce himself to America as a harmless figure, a wiggling, rhythmless goofball.

  • Sean is a Lifelong Republican operative, and anyone who has worked with him knows him as relentless, quick-witted and loyal.

  • He built his career working passionately on campaigns, administrations, and for the Republican Party.

  • His role in reshaping the Republican National Committee’s PR strategy helped the party rebuild after losses in 2012.

  • He implemented his same strategies in 2014 and led the party to sweeping victories.

  • Zeroing in on black, Hispanic and Asian-Pacific neighborhoods where Democrats have long held the edge.

  • Spending more this election cycle on putting campaign advocates on the ground earlier in the cycle.

  • Pouring money into improving its target-marketing infrastructure, which it says can help it better appeal to sympathetic voters online and through direct mail.

  • Sending specially trained new organizers to New Jersey and Virginia, two major states with high-profile gubernatorial elections this fall.

  • The party also plans to send special organizers to 10 other states with competitive Senate, House and gubernatorial races

  • In 2016 prior to the must-see Republican primary debates, Sean worked on behalf of the party to restructure the debate format creating a role for the party working with networks, campaigns and other partners to produce a schedule and debate ground rules that prompted higher quality, informative and fair debates.

  • "These individuals will work block by block, neighborhood by neighborhood to identify new voters and build relationships," Spicer said. "They are the eyes and ears on the ground."

  • "The RNC is working to implement a 50-state strategy to have boots on the ground earlier than ever before, focusing on developing better relationships in more communities across the country."

  • “Everyone agrees that there are several areas that must be improved upon including better messaging, engaging with minority groups, improving our digital capabilities and a multiyear sustained ground and engagement effort,” said RNC spokesman Sean Spicer

  • “The single most comprehensive post-election effort ever undertaken by the party” that will include specific proposals for Republicans to “grow its numbers and win elections.”

Sean’s efforts as the RNC’S Chief Strategist and Communication Director landed him a spot in PR week’s Power 15 list for 2016, as he Helped the RNC generate approximately $1.4 billion in earned media that cycle.

  • After Trump became the Republican nominee, Sean split his time between his role at the RNC and on the Trump campaign in an advisory capacity.

  • Sean played a pivotal role in the party’s improbable wins across the country that November.

  • Sean has been active in a number of causes supporting veterans, adoption, and cancer research.

  • He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Yellow Ribbon Fund, as well as the Independence Fund, and on the Board of Advisors of Operation Renewed Hope.

  • During the Summer of 2019 Sean made several stops on Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Can't Say I Aint Country’ Tour to present all terrain track wheelchairs to wounded vets on behalf of the Independence Fund.

  • Sean is a Rhode Island native and holds a master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College.

  • He has served over 20 years in the U.S. Navy Reserve and is currently a commander.

  • A husband and father of two, he resides in Virginia but remains a loyal fan of the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots.

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