Sean Spicer Resigns, Takes Mini-Fridge With Him


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After Sean Spicer resigned from his post as White House Press Secretary, he was allegedly spotted stealing a mini fridge from junior staff.

The mini fridge was something Spicer had set his heart on just a few weeks into his tenure as White House Press Secretary, but was denied the chance to acquire. The Wall Street Journal is reporting Spicer had apparently asked his aide to tell the junior staffers to give him their fridge early on during his White House stint. They refused, but it seems Spicer never forgot about the fridge.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Spicer was spotted by a White House official dragging it down the White House driveway at night after the junior staff had gone home.

After spending just six months on the job, 45-year-old Spicer resigned from his post last week in what is believed to be unhappiness over Anthony Scaramucci’s appointment as the new White House Communications Director.

President Trump continued his war against what he calls the “Fake News Media,” tweeting, “Sean Spice is a wonderful person who took tremendous abuse from the Fake News Media – but his future is bright!”