Sean Spicer, the disgraced White House Press Secretary who was recently ousted from the White House following the latest power struggle, still has one final card to play.
Axios reports that his former colleagues all said that Spicer filled “notebook after notebook” with a record of everything that had transpired when he was the communications director for the Republican National Committee, on the Trump campaign, and – most importantly – when he was at the White House.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, currently leading the investigation into President Trump and his campaign team’s potentially treasonous collusion with agents of the Russian Federation, would be very interested in getting his hands on those notes – offering a juicy opportunity for Spicer to get his revenge on the President who subjected him to daily humiliations and then discarded him on a whim.
One White House official even said that “people are going to wish they’d been nicer to Sean. … He was in a lot of meetings.”
On September 8th, the Washington Post reported that Mueller is interested in interviewing Spicer, along with five other senior White House officials, in order to get their sides of the story.
Sean Spicer has spent the past six months openly lying to the American people and bumbling his way from one embarrassing gaffe to the next. He can redeem himself for the role he played in normalizing Trump’s constant lies by doing the right thing and throwing the President under the bus.