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Sean Spicer Suggests Critics of Emmy Appearance Should Lighten Up

Sean Spicer Suggests Critics of Emmy Appearance Should Lighten Up

A beaming Spicer, donning a suit and bow tie, walked on stage wheeling in a podium that looked like the one he used to stand behind while addressing journalists at the White House, except it had "The Emmys Hollywood" written on it.

Based on what Rogen tweeted Tuesday morning, the "Preacher" creator is more likely to call Spicer a "f-cking liar to his face" than kiss it, like fellow comedian James Corden did.

So on Monday night, Corden made a point to address the controversy on his show - throwing in plenty of jokes for good measure. "According to some reports at the after-party, Spicer was the most popular guy in the room", he began.

"I was surprised at how nice people were to me", he said, "even the people who I know don't agree with me politically".

In the midst of the general abnormality of Donald Trump's presidency, the speedy and frictionless rehabilitation of Sean Spicer in recent days was curiously predictable.

Sean Spicer Suggests Critics of Emmy Appearance Should Lighten Up

Cut to a photo from the night before: Corden air-kissing Spicer, who was too chuffed to open his eyes.

One might say Corden was just the unlucky one who had a up close shot taken by an AP photographer, so that it spread wildly.

Sean Spicer said "of course" he regrets the time he trashed the press for reporting accurately on President Donald Trump's Inauguration Day crowd, The New York Times reported. Last night, James Corden responded to the Sean Spicer kiss on the Late Late Show.

"This will be the largest audience to witness an Emmys, period, both in-person and around the world", Spicer said after being introduced by host Stephen Colbert. In truth, I'm disappointed by it as well. "I've been reading a lot of harsh comments on Twitter today and I hear you loud and clear, truly I do".

"So much so", Corden joked, "I'm really starting to regret that "Carpool Karaoke" that we've taped with Steve Bannon". "Basically what I'm saying is, I need to learn how to shake hands", he finished.

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