During Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll, several senior White House aides joined in on the holiday fun. Among them was White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer who read to a group of children on the South Lawn.
After the media had finished snapping photos of Spicey reading “How to Catch the Easter Bunny” by Australian children’s writer Adam Wallace, he quickly switched books and entertained the crowd with some spicey poetry to mock the new book Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign in bookstores today.
“Shattered” creates a picture of a shockingly inept campaign hobbled by hubris and unforced errors, and haunted by a sense of self-pity and doom, summed up in one Clinton aide’s mantra throughout the campaign: ‘We’re not allowed to have nice things.’”
One lefty blog I read astonishingly declared, “Donald Trump is now looking like he is at risk of turning out to be one of the worst presidents in our history. Hillary Clinton, with her poor judgment and the blind support of many Democrats who ignore her mistakes and corruption, very well could have done even more harm to the country.”
NOTE FROM OUR ATTORNEY: Mr. Spicer did not have a copy of the Jonathan Allen and Arnie Parnes book. Who the hell would?