'Spicer & Co' premieres on Newsmax on Tuesday.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was mocked on social media after offering a special sale on personalized videos, claiming he would provide "the best Valentine's Day gift ever."
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
The book was able to secure the top spot despite a number of controversies and criticism from the left.
Trump encouraged Americans to vote for his former press secretary.
A live recap of episode 8 of "Dancing with the Stars."
"Clearly the judges aren't going to be with me. Let's send a message," Spicer tweeted.
"Trust me, I certainly haven't forgotten and once you see the outfit I have to wear tonight you won't forget for quite some time," Spicer tweeted on Monday morning. He wasn't wrong.
Amidst the controversy, Sean Spicer made his debut on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
The Fox News host said Stephens should not have taken at offence at being called a bedbug, saying: "If you can't take a little baby bedbug 'tap' you don't belong offering your commentary."
ABC made its Season 28 roster announcement Wednesday morning, and it did not take Twitter very long to respond with a boycott threat once Spicer's name was revealed.
During the announcement, DWTS host Tom Bergeron joked that Spicer would be in charge of assessing audience size.
This weekend Clinton warned 2020 candidates the election could be "stolen" from them.
Pompeo tells the former White House press secretary that he likes listening to AC/DC and picks the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" as his favorite for the Oscars this year.
The cast will allegedly begin filming promotional material, which could include photo shoots, opening credits and more.
But Sean Spicer said "SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels should be fired for the joke.
The former White House press secretary also said it was easy to see the media bias against President Trump.
Sean Spicer reportedly called the NPS to suggest there should be more flattering photos of the inauguration crowd.
The former press secretary hit back at claims made by Omarosa Manigault Newman.
"Where has any evidence been that suggests that I'm wrong about the total population that watched it?"
The new revelations went against the president's past claims and even words from Spicer, who, as press secretary, said Manafort played a "very limited" role for a "very limited period of time."
"I think this is the president...instituting a policy or fulfilling a pledge that he made to be tough on the border and to enforce our immigration laws."
Sean Spicer probably won't reprise his role as the Easter bunny, but there is a must-see commemorative egg called "wings of prayer" inspired by Melania Trump.