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Sean Spicer, White House press spokesman, was ready to not only take on President Trump’s media critics—but also to play the victim.
Wrongly claims 5 million fraudulent votes.
Says she's received mail with suspicious white powder.
Agency told staff to keep it secret.
Calls coincided with new Russia sanctions.
“We’ve seen your tweets and would like to be friends rather than foes.”
By 11-10 vote down party lines.
Trump's defense will be taxpayer-funded.
Breitbart writer signed a $250,000 book contract.
Proclaimed it on January 20, 2017.
The law limited minority votes.