"They're writing books now. I mean, they're all getting famous off of this presidency," Stephanie Grisham complained.
"Clearly the judges aren't going to be with me. Let's send a message," Spicer tweeted.
The White House press secretary defended Trump's insults to women during a recent "Women Rule" event.
Reports that Sarah Huckabee Sanders would receive Secret Service protection came days after she was asked to leave a restaurant in Virginia.
"It's not just on you. It's now going in and having to tell the president of the United States, 'Hey, I embarrassed myself, your administration and in some cases, I think did something the American people are not pleased with,'" Spicer explained.
Twitter users are slamming a Los Angeles Times columnist for commenting on the White House press secretary's appearance.
Spicer has been out of action as press secretary for weeks, but will participate in an off-camera briefing on Monday.
Corey Lewandowski loathes the press just enough to be the next White House press secretary.