Sean Spicer refuses to admit Biden won election as he casts doubt on vote

Sean Spicer refuses to admit Biden won election as he casts doubt on vote
“Did Trump win or lose the election?” Bill Maher asked Sean Spicer. “I don’t know,” was he replied

Sean Spicer has been accused of being afraid of his former boss 唐纳德·特朗普 after he refused to admit he had lost the 2020 选举.

Appearing on Real Time with Bill Maher 在周五, Mr Spicer was repeatedly asked why he couldn’t say 乔拜登 had been the rightful victor.

“Did Trump win or lose the election?” Bill Maher asked.

“I don’t know,” Mr Spicer replied.

“Well there you go, because the world does,” Mr Maher said.

“Trump lost this election and you won’t say it.

“You’re either part of the Big Lie, or you’re part of the conspiracy. You’re afraid of Trump.”

Mr Spicer, a former White House press secretary-turned Newsmax host, became flustered as he denied being afraid of Mr Trump.

He went on to cite the debunked conspiracy theory about widespread voter fraud.

Former Obama White House aide Tommy Vietor tweeted Mr Spicer was “forever a laughing stock”.

Others questioned why Mr Maher would give a platform to someone who refused to recognise the legitimacy the election.

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