Fans rejoice as Sean Spicer is eliminated on ‘Dancing With the Stars’


Despite having low dancing scores, Spicer had a very strong fanbase which kept him in the competition with their votes.

The previous White Home press secretary was eradicated from Dancing With the Stars Monday night time, regardless of a supportive tweet from President Trump earlier in the day.

Spicer thanked everyone who voted for him "over the past 9 weeks".

Before getting the boot in the show's ninth week, Spicer and his temporary partner Jenna Johnson performed an Argentine tango and a foxtrot. He left his post at the White House in July 2017 on ostensibly good terms with the president.

Spicer made his dancing debut in what would become the infamous neon green ruffle shirt that he wore while shimmying to Spice Up Your Life by the Spice Girls.

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Trump wrote, "He is a great and very loyal guy who is working very hard".

Throughout the season, Trump had been urging his Twitter followers to vote for Spicer during the live shows, which seemed to have the desired effect.

Business Insider was able obtain screenshots of the deleted tweet through various websites that log Trump's deleted tweets.

On Monday, Trump tweeted praise for his former press secretary after he was eliminated.

But under the 1978 Presidential Records Act, Trump's electronic communication are considered public property and historical records.

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