Now that Sean Spicer has resigned from his position as White House Press Secretary, he's finally commenting on Melissa McCarthy's impression of him on Saturday Night Live -- and he's not a fan.
Just hours after he resigned, Spicer appeared on Fox News and told Sean Hannity that the SNL skit was "over the line" and "malicious." He said, "I'm a prankster, I like a good joke. I think when it's funny, it's funny. Sometimes it goes from funny to mean. I think that there were parts of it that were funny, but there's a lot of it that was over the line. It wasn't funny. It was stupid, or silly, or malicious." (Rolling Stone)
- Usually when someone insists that they have a good sense of humor and can take a joke, it means they don't have a good sense of humor and can't take a joke.
- Does Spicer's resignation mean that we won't ever see Melissa McCarthy's impression of him again?
- SNL should work with McCarthy on an impression of new press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.