Spicer Appearance Draws Protests At UMass

Some University of Massachusetts  students protested the on-campus appearance of former White House press  secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday.  

Spicer didn't talk much about his  working with President Trump during his time in the position, but did  speak about campaign strategies and how the Trump campaign had a very  small campaign staff and had done almost no fundraising when he became  the front-runner in the Republican primary elections.  

Spicer, who was  invited by the college's Republican club, took written questions from  the audience but was interrupted by a group that sang "Solidarity  Forever" after the first one was asked.

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