Kellyanne Conway memoir 'Here's the Deal' coming out May 24
Former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has a memoir out May 24: “Here’s the Deal” is billed by her publisher as a look beyond the headlines of the Trump administration and her family life, including her husband and prominent Trump detractor, George Conway.
Biden's firing of Trump military academy holdovers creates new precedent, experts say
Critics say President Biden's moves to clean house at America's military service academies creates a precedent that politicizes a traditionally nonpartisan — if patronage-heavy — system.Driving the news: The White House's personnel office today sent letters to all six members of each of the three service academy visitors boards — overseeing West Point, Annapolis and the U.S. Air Force Academy — demanding they resign by 6pm or face termination.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Marketnews.yahoo.com
Smooth Psaki shows new tone in first Biden press briefing
NEW YORK – If there's one thing clear after White House press secretary Jen Psaki's first session with reporters on Wednesday, it's that she's determined to minimize drama in the briefing room. The 42-year-old Psaki (pronounced SOCK-eee) was a State Department spokesperson and White House communications director in former President Barack Obama's administration. Psaki showed a bone-dry wit when one reporter asked if Biden planned to keep the new color scheme that Trump ordered for Air Force One. CNN's chief White House correspondent, Kaitlan Collins, pointed to the lack of attacks on reporters coming from the podium. “This is the way it should have been for four years with President Trump.
Harvard petition demands scrutiny of ex-Trump officials
A petition circulating at Harvard University demands that school officials create new accountability standards for former Trump administration officials who seek to work or speak on campus, an idea that has drawn outrage from prominent conservatives. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)BOSTON – A petition circulating at Harvard University demands new accountability standards for former Trump administration officials who seek to work or speak on campus, an idea that has drawn outrage from prominent conservatives. The new petition argues that Trump officials deserves more scrutiny than those tied to past presidents. Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary and a Harvard Law School graduate, urged Harvard to reject the petition. “This is not an administration whose officers can be treated normally.”The Harvard petition goes further in demanding additional scrutiny of speakers and fellows, not just faculty.
Trump-friendly Newsmax seeks to cut into Fox’s viewership
(Newsmax via AP)NEW YORK – Now that his largely invisible network has suddenly been flooded by fans of President Donald Trump, Newsmax television personality Grant Stinchfield is puffing out his chest. “We’ve really cornered Fox from the right,” said Chris Ruddy, Newsmax founder and friend of Trump. Fox’s prime-time viewership during the two weeks after the election was up 50 percent over last year. For Newsmax, a big question is whether its programming is compelling enough to hold viewers who are clearly sampling. Besides Kelly, former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer is Newsmax’s best-known personality.
First lady unseen as Trump restarts campaign after COVID-19
Wolkoff detailed her falling out with Mrs. Trump in a new book the White House has dismissed as full of “mistruths and paranoia.” Wolkoff also had confirmed she had Mrs. Trump on tape. President Trump was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment on Oct. 2, and was sent home three days later. His White House doctor said Trump tested negative for the virus on consecutive days and was no longer considered contagious. Former Trump White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Mrs. Trump may want to be a “little bit more selective” about how she reengages after recovery. Mrs. Trump convalesced at the White House for nearly a month before she resumed a public schedule.
Tom Bergeron, Erin Andrews exit 'Dancing With the Stars'
NEW YORK The dance has ended for Dancing With the Stars hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews. Bergeron has hosted Dancing With the Stars since its premiere in 2005. We can agree to disagree, as we do now, but ultimately its their call, Bergeron wrote. The network on Monday also said farewell to Andrews, who originally competed as a contestant back in 2010 and returned as co-host in 2014. "Her signature sense of humor has become a hallmark of the show, the statement read.
By the numbers: Trump reads economic boom into jobs data
CHICAGO President Donald Trump has always been a big numbers guy. )The presidents premature claim to economic victory reflects an artful relationship with numbers that Trump has long displayed. Left unsaid by the president was that African American unemployment inched up to 16.8% last month, the highest its been in more than a decade. Asian American workers' unemployment rate also rose from 14.5% to 15%. Trump scoffed at an African American reporter who noted the disconnect between Trumps comments and what minority workers are enduring.
Attorney General: Divide between blacks, police must change
Federal officers stand outside the Department of Justice as Attorney General William Barr speaks during a virtual press conference inside the building Thursday, June 4, 2020, in Washington. But he vowed that the Justice Department would do its part to investigate and prosecute civil rights crimes. I believe that police chiefs and law enforcement officials and leaders around the country are committed to ensuring that racism plays no part in law enforcement, and that everyone receives equal protection of the laws, Barr said. President Donald Trump has called Floyds killing a terrible, terrible thing that happened and called on the Justice Department to expedite its investigation of his death. Federal agents have made 51 riot-related arrests, Barr said, and 114 law enforcement officers have been injured in protests in Washington.
Reporters Alcindor, Collins, Jiang get under Trump's skin
Reporters Alcindor, Weijia Jiang and Kaitlan Collins have faced hostility from Trump at news conferences with stoicism. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, FIle)NEW YORK To anyone who's watched, there's more that binds Yamiche Alcindor, Kaitlan Collins and Weijia Jiang than an impromptu display of teamwork at a recent White House news conference. Each reporter has a knack for getting under President Donald Trump's skin and an equal ability not to let it knock them off stride. Trump has reacted to questions by Alcindor, Collins and Jiang by calling them nasty or racist, and effectively telling the journalists to pipe down. This president doesn't live by those rules.Jiang, Collins and Alcindor aren't the only reporters to tangle with Trump.
Sean Spicer Addresses Rumors He's Coming to Daytime TV (Exclusive)
"I'm going to continue to do political work and strategic consulting, I've got a couple of media things that are in the works," Spicer said. However, when it came to rumors and speculation that some unspecified role in the daytime TV world could be on his radar, Spicer simply said, "There's nothing to announce at this time." As for his time on DWTS, Spicer explained that doing reality TV isn't something he's likely to pursue again any time soon. "The hardest part about going home is knowing that you're not going to see the people every day," he said. 'DWTS': Sean Spicer Reveals What Lindsay Arnold Told Him Following Elimination (Exclusive) Embed Code RestartRELATED CONTENT:Sean Spicer on Conversation He Had With President Trump Following 'DWTS' Elimination'DWTS': Beyonce Fans React to Sean Spicer's Destiny's Child PerformanceKaramo Brown Reacts to Sean Spicer Still Being on 'DWTS': 'He Can't Dance!'
Sean Spicer Shares Conversation He Had With President Donald Trump Following 'DWTS'
Sean Spicer received plenty of phone calls and messages from family and friends last night following his elimination from Dancing With the Stars. "[Trump] did not give me any dance advice but he did give me a ton of his support," Spicer added. But this is the point in the competition where we let the really good people go on." As for that hashtag and all the negative comments, Spicer says "there was never a time when I wasn't going to do the show." RELATED CONTENT:Lindsay Arnold Misses 'DWTS' Again to Mourn Death of Mother-in-Law'DWTS': Sean Spicer on What Lindsay Arnold Told Him Following Elimination
'DWTS': Sean Spicer Reveals What Lindsay Arnold Told Him Following Elimination (Exclusive)
Sean Spicer is handling his elimination from Dancing With the Stars with grace. Just moments later, ET caught up with Spicer on the DWTS press line, where he shared how he was feeling about getting booted from the show. "To be here in the quarterfinals is a lot further than anyone probably, including myself, thought I'd be," he admitted. He told ET that he did briefly chat with Arnold following the elimination. RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Sean Spicer Emotional About 'Friend' Karamo Brown's ExitLindsay Arnold Misses 'DWTS' Again to Mourn Death of Mother-in-Law
'DWTS': Beyonce Fans React to Sean Spicer's Destiny's Child Performance
Who could have ever guessed we'd see Sean Spicer channeling Beyonce? "Sean Spicer dancing to Destiny's Child is such a disgrace!!! See more reactions below:Allowing Sean Spicer to dance to Bills, Bills, Bills on national tv should be a criminal offense seratonin obrien (@gwils_17) November 12, 2019Disrespecting Destinys Child by giving Bills, Bills, Bills to Sean Spicer. #dwts Britny Mendoza (@BritnyRocha) November 12, 2019my mom was watching dwts and they really had sean spicer dancing to bills, bills, bills. Jo Schopper (@SchopperJo) November 12, 2019Who did @Beyonce upset enough to have the producers make Sean Spicer dance to the classics, Bills, Bills, Bills?
'DWTS': Sean Spicer to Perform With Jenna Johnson Again as Lindsay Arnold Continues to
Sean Spicer will be paired up with Jenna Johnson again for next week's Dancing With the Stars. Spicer danced with the recently eliminated Johnson on Monday's DWTS when his partner this season, Lindsay Arnold, suffered a death in the family and had to miss the show. "My heart goes out to Lindsay, her husband, Sam, and their family," Spicer said after the dance. On Twitter, she shared a picture of her and Arnold together with a supportive message ahead of her dance with Spicer. Watch the video below for more:RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Carrie Ann Inaba Explains Her 'Frustration' Over Sean Spicer Being Safe, Calls Out Voters (Exclusive)Lindsay Arnold Skips 'DWTS' Due to Family TragedyKaramo Brown Explains the Intense Death Threats His Son Received After 'DWTS' Sean Spicer Backlash
Karamo Brown Reacts to Sean Spicer Still Being on 'Dancing With the Stars': 'He
One of the biggest storylines so far on season 28 ofDancing With the Stars is the Sean Spicer of it all. "I can tell you that I had an amazing time on the show," Brown said, initially evading the question. Brown faced some scrutiny of his own after this season of DWTS was announced, when he defended Spicer as "a good guy." "I deactivated because they were giving my sons death threats" he explained on Tuesday, "because I was nice to Sean Spicer. Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
'DWTS': Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov React to Elimination (Exclusive)
At the end of "Dance-Off Night," co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced that Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov and Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber were in danger of elimination. The judges unanimously saved Brooke and Farber, sending Flannery and Pashkov home packing. Pashkov, who was a new pro to DWTS this season, said he couldn't have been happier with his experience. Following no elimination during Disney Night, the past few weeks of DWTS have been filled with surprising exits. I was hugging Kate [Flannery] and Pasha [Pashkov] and he was just living his best life and you know what?
'DWTS': Carrie Ann Inaba Explains Her 'Frustration' Over Sean Spicer Being Safe,
Carrie Ann Inaba's feelings about Monday night's Dancing With the Stars results were written all over her face. I can't get too mad, but yeah, I'm a little frustrated," Inaba told ET's Keltie Knight after Monday's episode. Carrie Ann last week vs. this week... Spot the difference. "It would be disrespectful to say, 'I'm going to walk away from you.'" RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold's Family Tragedy Forces Her to Skip Dance With Sean Spicer'Dancing With the Stars' Week End Ends In Another Shocking, 'Confusing' Elimination -- See Who Get Sent Home!
'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold's Family Tragedy Forces Her to Skip Dance With Sean Spicer
Sean Spicer danced his jazz to Styx's "Come Sail Away" with Jenna Johnson on Monday night's Dancing With the Stars. Johnson was forced to fill in after Spicer's partner, Lindsay Arnold, suffered a death in the family. "I need everything to get this thing polished up... let's do it for Lindsay," Spicer told her. "My heart goes to out Lindsay, her husband Sam, and their family," Sean said after the dance, which earned him a total score of 20/30. RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Sean Spicer Emotional About 'Friend' Karamo Brown's Exit'Dancing With the Stars': ET Is Live Blogging Week 8!
'Dancing With the Stars': Sean Spicer Gets Emotional About 'Friend' Karamo
Eric McCandless/ABC via Getty ImagesOne couple who remained safe for another week in a row was Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold. I'm really excited and humbled that we're going on but I'm really sad to see him go." Lindsay chimed in, telling ET, "The fact that we are going into week eight, I don't think anybody saw that coming. I'm definitely going to miss our chats every week but it's not over because we're going to continue our friendship. This show, you become a family and we're definitely going to miss Karamo, we're going to miss Jenna."
Sean Spicer Reacts to Donald Trump Encouraging Fans to Vote for Him on 'DWTS' (Exclusive)
Sean Spicer has officially made it to week six of Dancing With the Stars, and part of that reason may be thanks to the support he's received from President Donald Trump. Ahead of Monday's Disney Night, Trump took to Twitter, encouraging his followers to vote for the former White House press secretary. Despite receiving the lowest score of the night, it was undoubtedly the best dance fans have seen from Spicer this season. In the meantime, hear more highlights from Disney Night in the video below! RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Disney Week Shocks Viewers With Surprise Happy Ending'DWTS' Pros Pasha Pashkov and Daniella Karagach on Why They Initially Kept Their Casting a Secret (Exclusive)'DWTS:' Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber React to Topping the Disney Night Leaderboard (Exclusive)
Karamo Brown Explains the Intense Death Threats His Son Received After 'DWTS' Sean Spicer
Karamo Brown is revealing just how intense the backlash he and his children, sons Jason and Chris, received was after the Queer Eye star joined the cast of Dancing With the Stars alongside controversial former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. During the latest podcast episode of NAKED With Catt Sadler, Brown opened up about his sons "literally getting death threats." Brown said that's "exactly" why he temporarily deactivated his Twitter account and disabled Instagram comments at the time. "Most parents don't know how to have conversations with their kids about social media ... they don't really know how to teach them about the mob mentality or 'cancel' culture or how it can really affect your self-esteem. RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold Reacts to Being Paired with Sean Spicer and How She'll Handle the Backlash (Exclusive)Karamo Brown Returns to Instagram With 'No More Tears' Following Backlash for Doing 'DWTS' With Sean SpicerKaramo Brown Deletes Twitter After Backlash Over Sean Spicer on 'DWTS'
Sean Spicer Launches a 'Campaign' to Win 'DWTS' After Low Scores From the Judges
After earning the second-lowest score on last week's premiere of Dancing With the Stars, the former White House Communications Director is searching for America's vote. "We're going to run this like a campaign," Spicer said on Monday's episode. Spicer turned another year older on Monday, and was lucky enough to get some birthday wishes from the cast of DWTS. InstagramInstagramLast week's season premiere of DWTS saw another birthday, that of pro Gleb Savchenko, who turned 36. Michelle Williams Just Discovered James Van Der Beek Is on 'Dancing With the Stars' (Exclusive)James Van Der Beek on His 'Incredibly Tiring' First Week on 'Dancing With the Stars' (Exclusive)
All the Things Sean Spicer's Shirt Is Being Compared to: Today on Inside Edition
Sean Spicer took to the floor on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night, shimmying along to "Spice Up Your Life" with partner Lindsay Arnold. But what's really getting attention is the lime-green shirt he donned for the number. As a bride and groom were saying "I do," police say her father disconnected the home's gas line, prompting it to explode. For these stories and more, watch Inside Edition. RELATED STORIES'Lucky Guy' Wins $4.6 Million Lottery Jackpot After Surviving Cancer TwiceFather Charged With Manslaughter After 11-Year-Old Son Is Run Over by Boat: PoliceCannonball From Civil War Found Lodged in Missouri Tree
Sean Spicer Spiced Up the 'Dancing With the Stars' Stage
Sean Spicer spiced up the stage Monday night on Dancing With the Stars.The new season's most controversial contestant shimmied to the Spice Girls in a flamboyant neon green shirt, which has viewers comparing it to Jerry Seinfeld's puffy shirt on the famous episode of "Seinfeld." Though clearly having a blast shimmying and shaking, President Trump's former White House press secretary was disappointed with his scores. I played the bongos to the Spice Girls and wore a lime green shirt that's opened up. I am the most proud mom in the world right now.RELATED STORIESWho Is Replacing Christie Brinkley on 'Dancing With the Stars'? Tom Bergeron Seems Displeased With the 'Dancing With the Stars' CastDancing Dad Falls to the Floor When Navy Daughter Stuns Him at Church
'Dancing with the Stars' returns with splash, Spicer
(CNN) - "Dancing with the Stars" Season 28 premiered Monday, bringing with it plenty splash on and off the show. Hannah BrownThe "Bachelorette" alum Hannah Brown danced a cha cha to Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" with partner Alan Bersten. She and Pasha Pashkov danced a cha cha to "She Works Hard For The Money" by Donna Summer. Lamar OdomThe basketball player's size might have put him at a disadvantage (he's much larger than dance partner Peta Murgatroyd). He partnered with Cheryl Burke on a salsa set to Nelly's "Hot in Herre."
Dancing With the Stars': 10 Moments You Didn't See on TV
Dancing With the Stars kicked off Season 28 on Monday with a brand new crop of celebrity dance competitors giving their all on the dance floor. Hannah snapped a quick ballroom selfie during a commercial break before waving to fans seated in the balcony. Acting legend Marla Gibbs stood up to a roaring ovation from the audience during a commercial break. American Idol alumLauren Alaina yelled I loved you mom! during a commercial break while excitedly waving at friends and family seated in the ballroom. Former DWTS dancer Sharna Burgess received a warm welcome from the audience during a commercial break.
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 28 Kicks Off With Some Clear Frontrunners -- See Who'
Dancing With the Stars returned Monday with a whole new look, a whole new cast and a whole new judging and voting system, and after two hours of non-stop dancing a few clear frontrunners have emerged. And after all 12 couples danced their hearts out, there emerged three clear stars who are leading the pack. The dance earned them 7s from Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman, and a 6 from Bruno Tonioli, for a total of 20 out of 30. earned them a 7 from Inaba and 6s from Goodman and Tonioli, for a total of 19 out of 30. Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold Reacts to Being Paired with Sean Spicer and How She'll Handle
Lindsay Arnold is opening up about the all-new season of Dancing With the Stars! "We're already having fun and we're going to continue to do that," she added. For the premiere, Spicer and Arnold rocked the ballroom to an energetic Salsa to the Spice Girls' "Spice Up Your Life." Last month, Spicer told ET that he decided to say "yes" to DWTS because he wanted to "have some fun in life" and "do something that was a new experience." And for the first time, I think it'd be great to tell my kids, 'Hey, watch me on TV!'"
'DWTS': Sean Spicer Tries to Combat Controversy With Neon Green Shirt and 'Spice
Dancing With the Starsis back after a long break, and the show faced controversy before it even began when they announced that the new slate of contestants included former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Spicer showed off his (limited) skills in the ballroom to the Spice Girls' "Spice Up Your Life," dressed in a ruffled, highlighter green top. Heres former White House spokesman Sean Spicer. Referring to Spicer joining the cast, Bergeron adds, "Subsequently (and rather obviously), a decision was made to, as we often say in Hollywood, 'go a different direction.'" RELATED CONTENT:Karamo Brown Returns to Instagram With 'No More Tears' Following Backlash for Doing 'DWTS' With Sean SpicerSean Spicer Reacts to Donald Trump's 'DWTS' Support, Says Cast and Crew Have Been 'Gracious' (Exclusive)Billy Eichner Claims No One Would Talk to Sean Spicer at the Emmys...
'Dancing With the Stars' Executive Producer Reveals New Live Voting Element
During the dance competition shows panel at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, on Friday, executive producer Andrew Llinares revealed a change in the voting process. which prompted Bergeron to ask Llinares how the live voting element will affect viewers on Pacific time. Earlier in the panel, while discussing the unique tie-in DWTS has with Disney, Llinares also revealed the date of this season's Disney night. "You want the whole show to be magic, especially for Disney night. "Weve got a great and diverse cast," Llinares told ET in a statement at the time.
Karamo Brown Deletes Twitter After Backlash Over Sean Spicer on 'DWTS'
Karamo Brown has shut down his Twitter account after responding to critics who feel that he shouldn't be appearing on Dancing With the Stars alongside former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. I'm very saddened by what my cast mate @Karamo is having to deal with today." Berk also lambasted ABC for the position they put Brown and his DWTS competitors in by including Spicer. And Bobby Berk has deleted all but one of the tweets he posted in a thread defending his Queer Eye costar Karamo Brown. RELATED CONTENT:Sean Spicer Reacts to Donald Trump's 'DWTS' Support, Says Cast and Crew Have Been 'Gracious' (Exclusive)Karamo Brown Responds to Fan Who Is 'Disappointed' He Joined 'DWTS' Cast With Sean SpicerTom Bergeron Slams Decision to Have Sean Spicer on 'DWTS'
Sean Spicer Reacts to Donald Trump's 'DWTS' Support, Says Cast and Crew Have Been
It's been an eventful 24 hours for Sean Spicer. One person, however, who proudly supported Spicer was Donald Trump, who tweeted, "Just heard that Sean Spicer will be on Dancing with the Stars. Just heard that Sean Spicer will be on Dancing with the Stars. He will do great. Spicer also noted that the cast and crew that he's interacted with "have been overwhelmingly gracious." RELATED CONTENT:Karamo Brown Responds to Fan Who Is 'Disappointed' He Joined 'DWTS' Cast With Sean SpicerTom Bergeron Slams Decision to Have Sean Spicer on 'DWTS''Dancing With the Stars' Season 28 Cast Revealed -- See Who's Competing!
Staffers unhappy with Spicer being on 'Dancing with the Stars'
CNN image(CNN) - Tom Bergeron isn't the only person who's unhappy about the casting of Sean Spicer on "Dancing With the Stars." Some staffers at ABC News are "up in arms," as one source put it, over the decision by ABC's entertainment division. The network is casting the former White House press secretary, best known for his obfuscation on behalf of President Trump, for what's supposed to be a delightful dance-off. But for "GMA" to lean into it -- by setting up a faux White House podium for his intro on Wednesday -- is problematic. Responding to Bergeron's statement, Spicer told CNN Business, "I think Tom has been a great host.
Karamo Brown Responds to Fan Who Is 'Disappointed' He Joined 'DWTS' Cast With
Karamo Brown is speaking out. "But Ill tell you this... Im excited to sit down w/ him and engage in a respectful conversations. But Ill tell you this... Im excited to sit down w/ him and engage in a respectful conversations. Karamo Brown (@Karamo) August 21, 2019In another tweet, Brown also expressed how he "cant stand people" who post things "just to flame the fire and get a reaction. "I'm excited.
Tom Bergeron Seems Displeased With the 'Dancing With the Stars' Cast
Dancing With the Stars co-host Tom Bergeron is throwing shade at the recent announcement that former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has joined the recent cast. The season 28 cast was announced Wednesday morning on Good Morning America. Among the names was Spicer, which caused much shock and awe. Bergeron later took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to subtly protest the decision, though he did not name Spicer specifically. Other members of the new cast include Christie Brinkley, The Office star Kate Flannery, Lamar Odom and James Van Der Beek. Hannah Brown moves from The Bachelorette to Dancing With the Stars, and 75-year-old Mary Wilson of the Supremes was introduced as the last cast member.
Tom Bergeron Slams Decision to Have Sean Spicer on 'Dancing With the Stars'
The Dancing With the Stars contestants for season 28 have been announced, but Tom Bergeron didn't sign off on all of them. "A few months ago, during a lunch with DWTS' new executive producer, I offered suggestions for season 28. Referring to Spicer joining the cast, Bergeron adds, "Subsequently (and rather obviously), a decision was made to, as we often say in Hollywood, 'go a different direction.'" Some thoughts about today pic.twitter.com/aCQ4SHrGCI Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) August 21, 2019While on GMA, Bergeron made a little dig at Spicer. Dancing With the Stars returns for its all-new season Monday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m ET/PT on ABC.
Does Trump now represent Republican party after Kasich drops out?
RNC Chief Strategist Sean Spicer reacts to John Kasich suspending his campaign, leaving Donald Trump the likely Republican presidential nominee. Spicer also discusses how Trump needs to pivot for the general election to attract more women and minority voters. Watch the full interview with CBSN's Josh Elliott.cbsnews.com