During an appearance on Newsmax this Wednesday, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said he plans to sue President Joe Biden over his administration’s demand that Spicer and others resign from positions at US military academies appointed to them by former President Donald Trump.
“I will not be submitting my resignation, and I will be joining a lawsuit to fight this,” Spicer said on the conservative cable network where he is also an anchor.
This Wednesday, the White House Office of Presidential Personnel informed former members of the Trump administration that they would have to relinquish their positions on advisory and visitor’s boards for the US Military Academy, the US Naval Academy, and the US Air Force Academy. Unsurprisingly, anyone who refused to resign would be fired.
Watch the video below:
At the @WhiteHouse press briefing today @PressSec @jrpsaki questioned my qualifications to serve on the Board of Visitors to the US Naval Academy. I responded tonight @newsmax Watch below https://t.co/cz7Ap96Ijc
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) September 8, 2021