He went on an extended, agitated ramble in response to a question about Trump's assertion that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower; refused to call on a New York Times reporter; angrily responded to CNN's Jim Acosta stating facts about the wiretapping claim with "Jim, I think that's cute"; and then:
Spicer just actually said these real words for real: "There's this assumption in Washington that if you get less money, it's a cut."— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) March 16, 2017
[Reporter asks a question about budget cuts that diverge from what was promised]He then went on to add: "And I think that the reality is, is that in a lot of these, there's efficincies, duplicity, ways to spend money better."
SPICER: But again, there's this assumption in Washington, Jonathan, that if you get less money, it's a cut.
Spicer sez cuts aren't always cuts b/c of "duplicity." Oh there's "duplicity" in Washington all right. But you meant "duplication," you git.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) March 16, 2017
I don't even know what to say anymore.