Sean Spicer Says He Will Personally Apologize To Anne Frank For Holocaust Snafu

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is facing what may be his biggest backlash to date over his remark that Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons, which he then compounded with statements that implied victims of the Holocaust were less than innocent, and that there was no such thing as a German Jew.

“I deeply regret what I said about the Holocaust centers – I mean the Holocaust homes – I mean the bad places. Let’s stick with bad places.”

Spicer is determined to do whatever is needed to save his job, and has already been brushing up on his Holocaust history, including the story of Anne Frank.

“I understand she still lives in her house in Amsterdam so I will be going there straight away to deliver my apology in person.”

Spicer then quipped that he wouldn’t be flying United because they’re a bunch of tone-deaf morons who don’t deserve his business.

1 Comment on "Sean Spicer Says He Will Personally Apologize To Anne Frank For Holocaust Snafu"

  1. Margie Steers | April 12, 2017 at 12:35 am | Reply

    Sean Spicer, The Diary of Anne Frank is available in any library or book store! You need to read it! Anne Frank died of dysentery right at the end of WWII in one of the camps so she has been dead for 73 years. The house in Amsterdam is now a museum! I am frankly embarrassed for your lack of knowledge!

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