Huizenga says Spicer's comment about Hitler was a dumb example
- Author: Leroy Wright Apr 16, 2017,
Apr 16, 2017, 10:47
- Adolf Hitler actually did use chemical weapons on his own people. "Moreover, they are liable to strengthen the hands of those whose goal is to distort history", it said.
"I made a mistake". "I remember all the disgusting pictures coming out of World War I from battlefield use of gas and the gas masks and what it did to people". Mr Spicer continued: "I think there is clearly".
Cramer was played a clip of Spicer again apologizing for saying of Assad, "you had someone who was as despicable as Hitler who didn't even sink to using chemical weapons".
"I think when you have a spokesman or a press secretary that himself becomes the story more than once and deflects from what that job is about in terms of representing the White House - I think it is time for him to go", Coffman said. "On the contrary, they fuel our commitment to stand together with others for truth and justice".
Stern said Wednesday on his Sirius XM radio show that Trump's press secretary speaks "fluent moron" and is "embarrassing" the president.
"I was obviously trying to make a point about the heinous acts that Assad had made against his own people last week, using chemical weapons and gas".
"We didn't even use chemical weapons in World War II", Spicer Tuesday during a briefing with reporters. "I realized that I had made a mistake and I didn't want to be a distraction to the President's agenda". I understand that. But I'm saying in the way that Assad used them where he went into towns, dropped them down into innocent, into the middle of towns.
Shortly following Spicer's statement, the Anne Frank Center tweeted, "On Passover no less, Sean Spicer has engaged in Holocaust denial, the most offensive form of fake news imaginable, by denying Hitler gassed millions of Jews to death".
U.S. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi called on Republican President Donald Trump to reject Spicer's assertion.