Sean Spicer Is Getting His Own ShowNewser — Arden Dier
But since he has some time to kill, Spicer is offering to send a personalized video message to your special someone for Valentine's Day. The cost: $199, down from $400, though Spicer says all proceeds raised on the personalized video service Cameo—also used by Corey Lewandowski, Anthony Scaramucci, and Omarosa Manigault Newman, per Mediaite—will go to charity.
This month, the chosen charity is Independence Fund, which provides tracked wheelchairs for veterans. Don't have a special someone? No worries. "Whatever it is … I don't really care. As long as it's in good taste, I'll do the shoutout," Spicer says.
As for that TV show, Spicer & Co—touted as featuring "Washington insiders, experts, journalists and power brokers"—will premiere March 3 on Newsmax TV. It will be "a conversation about the news and issues of the day," covering everything from politics to entertainment and sports—"what people talk about at the dinner table," Spicer tells Page Six.
"The topics we're going to cover will tilt right, but the idea is to have a discussion," adds the ardent supporter of President Trump. And "there will be a lot of talk about how the news is being covered and segments where we call out the media." Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy notes the new host has a unique perspective, having "been on the inside of how decisions are made in a way so few have."
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