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Before the world came to know him as the new White House press secretary, Sean Spicer was THAT Boston sports fan.

By Chris Chavez and Extra Mustard
January 23, 2017

Before the world came to know him as the new White House press secretary, Sean Spicer was THAT Boston sports fan you probably dislike.

Spicer became a meme after addressing the media on Saturday and declaring, "this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period, both in person and around the globe." (The statement is verifiably false.)  But before Spicer was tasked with touting Donald Trump's crowd sizes, he was just another dude on Boston sports Twitter. 

The Dallas Stars posted last night's attendance figure on the jumbotron as 1.5 million, which was just the start of jokes and memes from sports teams.

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In honor of Spicer's newfound fame, we ranked the press secretary's worst sports tweets.

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That last one is just a gem. Barack Obama ultimately beat Mitt Romney for the presidency—roughly nine months after the Patriots lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl. 

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