Sean Spicer made quite a splash in his first day addressing reporters in the White House Press Briefing Room on Saturday, scolding them for their coverage of the inaugural crowd sizes during President Trump's swearing-in ceremony on Friday. Spicer's attitude and photo at the podium became a very popular meme on Twitter. On Monday, Spicer had a chance to reset during his first official briefing with the White House Press Corps. The consensus was that it went a lot smoother than the weekend appearance, and even included some substantive question and answer moments between and the press. But you know me, I do voice impressions on the radio. And we can't do humor about a boring press conference that goes well. We need to poke fun at the one that was loud and exaggerated. Case in point, my phone call to "Andy and Gina in the Morning" on 100.3 The Sound in Los Angeles. And for the record, this was my first attempt at a Sean Spicer voice impersonation. Enjoy!
Donald Trump is set to take the Oath of Office as the nation's 45th President on Friday. Now, we all now by now that President-Elect Trump does things a little differently. So it's no surprise that he would be requesting some changes to the actual Presidential Oath. The oath that hasn't changed in over 200 years. Here's a guess as to what Trump may have wanted to say in his version of the oath, using my Donald Trump impression:
Tonight is the season premiere of "Celebrity Apprentice" on NBC, with new host Arnold Schwarzenegger. Lots of hype for the Terminator. I wonder what his catch phrase will be when he fires someone? I ventured a few guesses in this comedy bit, where I provided the Arnold Schwarzenegger voice impression: