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Analysis on Sean Spicer's resignation ahead of White House daily briefing

The Washington Post's Libby Casey interviews Post reporters Ashley Parker and Callum Borchers on Sean Spicer's recent resignation as White House press secretary.

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President Trump offered Anthony Scaramucci the White House communications director position, according to a White House official. Scaramucci has previously had a tense relationship with both Spicer and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.
The president has long admired Scaramucci’s willingness to stick up for him during hostile interviews on cable news.
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