Before becoming Press Secretary, Spicer was a mascot.
-Written by Paul Gogliormella
Thats not a punchline, THATS A REAL FACT.
While serving in the U.S trade representative's office, during the George Bush presidency, Sean Spicer used to dress up as the bunny for the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House.
What you are about to see is a real life picture of Spicer in his natural habitat:
In an interview, when asked if it gets hot in the bunny suit, Spicer replied, "It gets very hot. Each bunny gets a handler who guides them around the South Lawn. My handler for the event was my wife, Rebecca, who has been keeping me in line for years."
Each bunny having a handler is some pretty amazing imagery. Every goose needs her gander, every Starsky needs his Hutch, and every bunny needs a handler. It's just science.
I'm not going to lie to you, Spicer doesn't really scream the "I like to entertain kids" vibe, but hey maybe there's more to this Spicer character than I originally thought.
So little boys and girls out there reading: you can do anything you put your mind to. Don't let your current job hold you back from your dreams! You may be an Easter Bunny today, but hey who knows, maybe you can be the spokesperson for a potential dictator tomorrow!
This hurts to say, because I hate him in so many ways, but finding out this little tidbit about his past makes me like him a little more.
Side note: Looking forward to who the bunny will be for Trump's first Easter in the White House. Will Spicer come back for the sequel? Will there be some fresh young talent? I'm not sure. All I know is that it's going to be HUGE and the BEST Easter. No one does Easter like Trump, believe me.