GOP Rep. Mike Coffman says Sean Spicer 'needs to go'


Howard Stern has called on President Trump to "fire" Sean Spicer following the White House press secretary's "inappropriate and insensitive" comments on the Holocaust.

Spicer apologized on Tuesday for his remarks, which drew sharp condemnation.

The Nazis are infamous for using gas chambers to exterminate Jews and others in the Holocaust.

'The guy's just not informed, and it's kind of embarrassing - it's just embarrassing.

Spicer made the controversial statement Tuesday during a White House press briefing, arguing Hitler "didn't even sink" to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's level by using chemical weapons against.

"On both a personal and professional level, that will go down as not a very good day in my history", Spicer said during a question-and-answer session on a panel at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.,"this was my mistake, my bad, that I needed to fix". Cramer, who advised President Donald Trump on energy issues during the transition and the campaign, has said Trump has asked him to run for the seat. "Either he is speaking for the President, or the president should have known better than to hire him", Pelosi said. The remarks sparked instant outrage as Hitler notoriously used chemical gas to kill millions of Jewish people, LGBTQ people, and others during World War II.

And on Wednesday morning the press secretary said: 'I screwed up. "The conflict in Syria is horrific, and Assad's regular use of chemical weapons, decades after they were banned, is abominable. You have to, if you're Russian Federation, ask yourself, is this a country. a regime that you want to align yourself with?" "I will just say that this is mine, mine to own, mine to apologize for and mine to ask for forgiveness for", he said. "Spicer's statement is the most evil slur upon a group of people we have ever heard from a White House press secretary".