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13th Jan 2018

So a lot of people took Sean Spicer’s side after the Late Late

Ryan Tubridy came in for a lot of criticism.

Rory Cashin

Everyone was glued to the TV last night for this.

In what will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the most talked about episodes of The Late Late Show in living history, it is surprising that the Sean Spicer interview will almost get lost in the mix.

Between Liam Neeson’s comments on the #MeToo movement and that bizarre bin segment, nobody could have guessed that Tubridy’s chat with Trump’s former press secretary would comparatively barely register.

The interview went on for 21 minutes (comparatively, that bin segment went on for 16 minutes, for some reason), and if you missed it, here were some of the “highlights”, such as talking about agreeing with Trump’s Border Wall:

His personal reaction to the leaked Trump tapes with Billy Bush involving sexually aggressive comments against women:

And the fallout he experienced having made the statement that Hitler never used chemical weapons:

All clips via The Late Late Show

While nobody was expecting Spicer to come out of the interview smelling of roses, the only reaction did practically come to his defence, with many finding Tubridy’s interview style to be outwardly antagonistic from the get go: