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Spicer Asked by ABC About Lack of Credibility

During an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Thursday, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defended his credibility, but evaded ABC correspondent Paula Farris’s question about media outlets refusing to hire him as a paid contributor.

When asked whether he thought he had a “credibility issue,” Spicer responded, “I don’t, but it’s up to other people to judge that.” Spicer refused to say, however, whether networks backed away from hiring him because of issues with his credibility.

“We are still in negotiating with some entities, and I also believe that I’m not going to get into some of the private discussions that we are having with those and other companies and outlets,” Spicer said.

On Wednesday, news surfaced that ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and Fox refused to hire Spicer.

Earlier in the interview, Faris confronted Spicer about the “hard feelings” people had toward him because of his alleged lying. She further pressed him on whether he had ever “lied to the American people.”

“I don’t think so,” Spicer said. He added that he had never “knowingly” lied to the American people. Later, Spicer expressed regret for some of his actions as press secretary but didn’t apologize despite Faris specifically asking him if he would.

Spicer also refused to directly answer multiple questions about the Russia investigation. In response to four separate questions, Spicer replied, “I’m not going to discuss that issue at all.”