Spicer, in his first late-night appearance since stepping down in July, replied with a simple, “No.”
But Kimmel wasn’t letting him off the hook, recalling Spicer’s first post-inauguration appearance in the White House press briefing room–an appearance that spawned the term “alternative facts” to explain how Spicer could, with a straight face, repeat Trump’s assertion that his was the biggest inauguration crowd in history.
“You are charged with going in front of the press and saying the inauguration crowd is the biggest crowd ever,” Kimmel said.
“Yes, I’m aware,” replied 45-year-old Spicer. “I appreciate the reminder how it went down.”
Careful still today not to contradict Trump, Spicer self-deprecatingly admitted to just one regret about that unfortunate outing: the baggy suit he wore on-camera.
“If it was up to you would have even been a topic?” Kimmel asked.
“You know, if it was up to me I probably would have worn a different suit,” Spicer said.Read more at PeopleTVwatch