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Poor Sean Spicer. When he's not busy sending inadvertent SOS messages to the entire White House press corps, he's accidentally exposing his boss as a massive (albeit entirely unsurprising) hypocrite.

You see, after blasting the Obama administration for "phony" economic growth¬†in years past, President Trump was¬†all too eager to take credit for Friday's better-than-expected news that the United States added 235,000 jobs last month. But don't worry. This time it's¬†legit. As Spicer‚ÄĒdirectly quoting the president‚ÄĒexplained in the¬†White House press briefing, the jobs report¬†"may have been phony in the past, but it‚Äôs very real now"

President Trump on the job report, per Sean Spicer: ‚ÄúThey may have been phony in the past, but it‚Äôs very real now.‚ÄĚ https://t.co/8HYuY2A7tJ

‚ÄĒ CNN (@CNN) March 10, 2017

And then everyone laughed and laughed. Why? Because, other than run screaming from the room, what else could the possibly do?

Everything is fine.