Sean Spicer may no longer be President Trump's right-hand spokesman, but he's still got the president's back.
The former White House press secretary signed on to a pro-Trump super PAC called America First Action, the group announced Thursday in a press release. He'll serve as the fundraising group's spokesman and senior adviser, and is "honored to join a team" that helps elect lawmakers who reflect Trump's views, he said.
It's a little surprising that Spicer still wants to help an administration that put him through the wringer so many times, though he's still pretty vocal about his love of the president. We'll just have to wait for Spicer's upcoming tell-all book to (maybe) set the story straight. Kathryn Krawczyk