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Incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer joined "Mornings with Maria" Friday to discuss his new role assisting President-elect Donald Trump.

The conversation focused on issues of national security, Trump's use of social media, press opportunities surrounding the inauguration, nuclear weapons and business.

With all that is on the president-elect's agenda, Spicer said finding some free time may not be an option, as the word "vacation" likely will not exist in a Trump administration.

"He will never take a vacation. ... He can't sit still," Spicer said. "He's so eager to get things done and change things up. There is never an idle moment."

Spicer said Trump will continue to speak "honestly, authentically and forcefully" through social media as a means of communicating with the American people.

"He's a guy who picks up the phone, calls CEOs, calls foreign leaders and talks about what needs to happen, and you've seen it already since he was elected. He gets results," Spicer said. "He's going to change Washington in a way that people have never understood. It's going to be America first."

Watch the full segment above to hear more about Spicer's new White House role.


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