Spicer resigns as Trump hires Scaramucci as communications director

Updated 1:07 p.m.

SEAN SPICER HAS RESIGNED his position as White House press secretary. BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/OLIVIER DOULIERY
SEAN SPICER HAS RESIGNED his position as White House press secretary in reaction to President Trump's newly hired communications director. BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/OLIVIER DOULIERY
NEW YORK - White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday after President Donald Trump hired financier Anthony Scaramucci as his communications director, capping days of tumult as Trump shifted his legal and public relations strategy. Scaramucci, 53, was a campaign fundraiser for Trump and regular adviser during the presidential transition. He’s been mentioned…

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