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“It’s been an honor & a privilege to serve [President Donald Trump] & this amazing country,” he tweeted Friday afternoon. “I will continue my service through August.”
Thus, Spicer severed his ties to the Trump administration. And Twitter had a lot to say about the severing ― from reminiscing over Melissa McCarthy’s epic impersonation to questioning what exactly he’d be willing to put in the Burn Book.