Sean Spicer Speaks 'Fluent Moron — Howard Stern

Barsaba Taglieri
Aprile 19, 2017

A senior member of the Israeli government who attacked President Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer over his comments Hitler didn't use chemical weapons has said he accepts the White House staffer's apology.

"And frankly I mistakenly used an inappropriate and insensitive comment about the Holocaust and there is no comparison". Christians are preparing for Easter on Sunday, and Jews are celebrating Passover. "I hope I showed that I understand that I did that and that sought people's forgiveness because I screwed up". "I shouldn't have done it and I won't do it again", Spicer told CNN in an interview.

A statement that overlooked the millions of people Hitler sent to the gas chambers, sparking outrage around the globe.

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is located just a few blocks from the White House, and visitors WJZ's Tracey Leong spoke to had mixed reaction on Spicer's comments.

"But if I'm President Trump, I'm like, well Jesus Christ, we're a laughingstock", Stern said. He added, "Obviously it was my blunder".

Syrian dictator Bashar Assad (L) and Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. The attack in northern Syria left almost 90 people dead. The attack in northern Syria left almost 90 people dead, and Turkey's health minister said test show sarin gas was used. "There was clearly. I understand your point, thank you".

He says he "was trying to draw a comparison for which there shouldn't have been one". "To make a gaffe and a mistake like this is inexcusable and reprehensible".

"Sean Spicer should not have attempted to compare the methods of warfare used by the Nazis in World War II and the Assad regime today", Kustoff, who is Jewish, said in a statement.

Democrats and Jewish organizations condemned the comments.

Taking Spicer to task for his distortion of history, Stern said it was "somewhat remarkable that a guy this high up in the administration wouldn't know this".

The Anne Frank Center on Mutual Respect issued a statement via Twitter, saying President Donald Trump should fire Spicer for "engaging in Holocaust denial".

On Tuesday Spicer tried to argue that even Hitler didn't use chemical weapons, "We didn't use chemical weapons in World War II".

He'll likely face more questions about the incident Thursday.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It was the second day in a row in which Spicer appeared to have trouble articulating the president's foreign policy at a critical time.

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