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Sean Spicer Says Melissa McCarthy ‘Should Share’ Her Emmy with Him

Sean Spicer jokingly said Melissa McCarthy “should share” her Emmy with him, in an interview published Tuesday on The Blast.

“First of all, it’s funny,” Spicer said of the “Saturday Night Live” comedy sketches on White House staffers.

McCarthy won the best comedy guest actress award at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sunday for her portrayal of the former White House press secretary on “Saturday Night Live.” As Spicer was leaving the Amtrak station in Washington, D.C., wearing a baseball cap and earphones, a reporter asked if he thinks McCarthy “owes” her Emmy to him.

“I think we should share,” he responded, laughing.

The reporter then asked Spicer whether he would appear on “Saturday Night Live” as a host, to which he responded, “If they ask, we’ll have a conversation.”

“Who got the most laughs out of the ‘SNL’ skits: you, or Kellyanne Conway,” the reporter followed up.

“That’s a good question. I’m out [of the White House] first, so hopefully, I did,” Spicer said, adding there were “a couple times” that Trump and staff members got together in his office to watch and laugh at the comedy sketches.

“I think the president’s got a great sense of humor,” he said.

Spicer will make his first late-night appearance since his July resignation from the White House as a guest on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this Wednesday. he is the latest former White House staffer to make a television debut since former chief strategist Steve Bannon’s appearance on “60 Minutes” interview last week and former communications director Anthony Scaramucci’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” appearance in August.