Staying In Friday?

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Sean Spicer

On The Late Late Show…

Gareth Naughton writes:

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer will be interviewed live on The Late Late Show this Friday. A key public figure in the early days of Donald Trump’s White House, Spicer will be giving viewers the lowdown on what it was like to be part of one of the most controversial US presidencies in history…Spicer will also be chatting to Ryan about coming to Ireland to find his much-mentioned Irish roots.

Fight!

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, January 12at 9.35pm.

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24 thoughts on “Staying In Friday?

  1. Not On Your Nelly

    Soft soaped fear and adulation from the child on stilts, as usual.

    It’s not prime time until after 11pm and then it’s usually a nice easy one.

    Why do I keep expecting better? I do it to myself (that’s what said) etc. Goodnight Rosin.

    1. Dinger

      Probably due to his close involvement with the most powerful and controversial man on earth. Would you rather all interviews were with people you agreed with?

        1. Nigel

          He has successfully stripped away rafts of environmental protections and regulations, which tends to get forgotten when people talk about his string of admittedly spectacular legislative failures.

        2. Yellow Cheese Dog

          Record breaking stock market, US unemployment at its lowest in almost 2 decades, black unemployment at an historic low, black home ownership up, ISIS in the run, North Korea at the peace table, the passing of a radical tax bill which has led to companies giving bonus’ to ordinary workers and raising the minimum wages they pay, US corporation’s repatriating their oversea profits and investing in the US economy, growth in GDP now over 3%, an executive order to boost apprenticeships, a small business fund for woman totaling $300 million, renegotiation of key trade agreements, declaring an national emergency in relation to human trafficking, signed an EO preventing American’s doing business with those convicted of human rights violations….

          That’s some string of failures alright.

      1. gerry

        This is a light entertainment show and Ryan doesn’t do challenging interviews so it is fair to suggest Spicer is an inappropriate guest

      2. Barry the Hatchet

        Oh yes you’re right Dinger. This is going to be a real hard-hitting interview that cuts to the heart of the biggest issues of our times. How silly of me to think it’ll just be a fawning puff piece.

  2. The Ghost of Starina

    I wonder does Tubbs ever feel bad about wasting his opportunities interviewing interesting people by asking them absolute fluff questions?

    1. ahjayzis

      And d’ya LIKE Ireland now? And sher do ya LIKE de Irish peeeeeple now? Ara was yer granny IRISH now, peitin? TELL ME I’M A GOOD BOY.

    2. parky mark

      I doubt he feels bad. He just looks at his paycheque.
      The questions people want to hear answered are off limits.
      A few years back he had a woman on who talks to angles. Tubs asked her questions as if it was the most normal thing in the world, no scepticism at all.

  3. AFoxIndeed

    Ryan: So Sean, what’s your favourite colour?
    Spicer: The colour of your eyes Ryan
    Ryan: aww… and whose better me or Pat Kenny
    Spicer: you pudding…

    Ryan: thanks for joining us everyone, another hard hitting episode of the late late covering all the big issues

  4. Nigel

    Wouldn’t it be brilliant if it turned out to be Melissa McCarthy playing Sean Spicer instead of the real Spicer? Every time he was interviewed for anything, on came Melissa McCarthy instead?

    1. Otis Blue

      Predictably enough it seems that Ray Darcy has plumbed those depths.

      Ray D’Arcy trolled the audience with the fake Jack Nicholson on his show last nighthttp://dailyedge.ie/2408911

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