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Sean Spicer's 'Dancing with the Stars' debut was a national embarrassment

Mashable Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Sean Spicer's continues to let the country down.  

On Monday night, Donald Trump's former White House press secretary took the stage with his partner Lindsay Arnold to perform a cha-cha to "Spice Up Your Life" by The Spice Girls. Get it? Spice... Spicer? Ugh.



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Trump's former White House press secretary made his big debut on 'Dancing with the Stars', and just about everything was weird.

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