Jaysus, Sean Spicer actually thinks he's popular here in Ireland

Sean Spicer’s New Speaking Gig Promises He’ll Offer Same “Candor and Wit” as He Did in WH

Because of differences in the time zones, Spicer says "the USA press briefing has become part of their nightly viewing".

According to the agent, Spicer repeated "one of his go-to-lines" that "everyone stops him for selfies" multiple times as an example of why he deserved more compensation.

A lot of this is, no doubt, down to the fact that these people live in a fantasy world of their own making - which is probably why Sean Spicer believes he's "one of the most popular guys in Ireland". "His speaking agent says he'll offer the same "candor" + "wit" he did in the briefing room", New York Magazine and Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali observed over a link announcing Spicer's new job.

In what's being billed as one of his first public appearances since leaving the Trump administration, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer will deliver the closing keynote address at the Shale Insight conference in Pittsburgh later this month.

Spicer has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group, the organization said in a statement Tuesday.

Describing Spicer as "relentless, quick-witted and good-humored", the listing also nods to actress Melissa McCarthy's now-iconic depictions of him on "Saturday Night Live". In March he scolding veteran White House correspondent April Ryan for shaking her head after she asked a question related to Trump's connections to Russian Federation. The spokesman for the speakers' bureau declined to comment on how much Spicer would be paid per speech.

His first paid appearance will be before investment bank Rodman & Renshaw in NY on September 11, according to the publication.

But at his first briefing in January, Spicer falsely claimed the size of the crowd at Trump's inauguration was bigger than President Barack Obama's crowd eight years earlier, despite photographic evidence to the contrary - and then refused to take questions from reporters.

He was replaced by Sarah Huckabee Sanders in July after stepping down in protest of the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.

Spicer is also considering literary opportunities - including books and print columns - and potential gigs as a political commentator on radio or television.

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