Following what can only be described as a nightmare week for President Donald Trump’s spokesman, the satirical late night show’s staff have helpfully suggested nine ways in which he could leave his role in “a blaze of glory.”
From pulling a “Mary Poppins” (in which Spicer would pull a giant umbrella from his suit to float away) to using “The Up” (where he would similarly attach 100 balloons to his podium to be whisked up into the sky), the fantastical methods are detailed in a new Medium post.
None of them, however, have anything to do with Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, who Spicer falsely claimed during a press briefing Tuesday had never used chemical weapons. Spicer later rolled back on his erroneous comments.
Check out the remainder of the ideas via the post on Medium here.
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