Trump's former Press Secretary Sean Spicer picked up his first official job since resigning his government post in August. Spicer announced he signed a contract with Worldwide Speakers Group, and will be touring the national speaking circuit.
Worldwide Speakers Group said in a pitch to potential customers:
Audiences around the world will benefit from the same candor, wit and insight that Spicer brought to the White House briefing room.
During his time at the White House, Spicer often had to defend Trump's demonstrably false statements. Things started out rough when, at his first press briefing, Spicer insisted the crowd at Trump’s inauguration was bigger than President Obama’s crowd eight years earlier, despite photographic evidence to the contrary. Spicer then refused to take questions from reporters.