Long before White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer battled the press, he took on the ice cream company Dippin' Dots.

In a series of tweets over the last seven years that resurfaced as the press tried to uncover any dirt on the incoming White House press secretary, Spicer expressed his discontent with the so-called "ice cream of the future."

CEO of Dippin' Dots Scott Fischer joined "Fox & Friends" Wednesday to clear the air with Spicer.


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"We offered to bring Dippin' Dots to the White House and have a [sic] ice cream social. ... Press Secretary Spicer responded back with a considerate response saying it sounds good and maybe we could do something for veterans and the military," Fischer said.

Fischer said he understands that a lot is going on at the White House right now and that his company will be ready at the appropriate time.

"We'll be there with a truck full of Dippin' Dots," he said.

Share your thoughts with us on what seems to be the conclusion of this frosty feud.


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