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Rumors Spread of Trump firing ‘Sean Spicer’ for Bill O’Reilly But the President Sets the Record Straight!

It seems that President Trump is sticking by his press secretary.

The media has never liked Sean Spicer and after his “Hitler didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons” claim two weeks ago, calls for Spicer to be dismissed have been aggressive.

In the CNBC hit-piece, Jake Novak opines: “And as bad as this Hitler mistake was, it was just the latest problem after so many missteps since he took the job.”

According to a Sunday Washington Post write-up about President Trump’s “obsession” with cable TV, Trump was asked whether or not his press secretary was on the chopping block at a White House working lunch last month.

“I’m not firing Sean Spicer,” Trump told attendees.

The reason why speaks volumes of Trump’s television background as well for his focus on getting headlines no matter if they are good or bad.

“That guy gets great ratings. Everyone tunes in,” said Trump.

Trump is right. The Washington Examiner reported that on February Nielsen data showed Spicer’s briefing averaging 4.3 million viewers and a 10 percent audience growth form what could have otherwise been running on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News.

Of course, another major ratings bringer was released from Fox News for a completely different reason, which led some to wonder if Trump might replace Spicer with O’Reilly: