‘He is a unicorn, riding a unicorn over a rainbow.’
That’s how Sean Spicer lovingly describes his former boss in his new book, “The Briefing,” according to a copy obtained by the Guardian.
“I don’t think we will ever again see a candidate like Donald Trump,” he writes. “His high-wire act is one that few could ever follow. His verbal bluntness involves risks that few candidates would dare take. His ability to pivot from a seemingly career-ending moment to a furious assault on his opponents is a talent few politicians can muster.”
Spicer, who was mercilessly mocked during his six months as press secretary, compared his role as the face of the White House to that of a jet fighter pilot, a champion boxer and a tightrope artist.
He also touched on his claim regarding the size of Trump’s inauguration, Melissa McCarthy’s less-than-flattering impression, and, of course, when he allegedly hid in the White House bushes.
But is the book any good? The unicorn seems to think so: