Spicer: Keeping Up with Trump Requires Work at 'All Hours of the Day'
Abby Huntsman visited the West Wing for an inside look at a day in the life of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Spicer said he is honored that President Donald Trump bestowed this "amazing responsibility" onto him and said there are very few breaks when it comes to working with the president.
"If you want to keep up with Donald Trump, you're gonna work all hours of the day," he said.
He said he is focused on the issues at hand as he acts as the middle man between Trump and the press.
"I don't want to disappoint this president," Spicer said. "I think he's given me and the rest of the team here an incredible honor to help facilitate and advance the agenda and the vision that he has."
Spicer said Trump always lets his employees know what he thinks of their performance, with either constructive criticism or effusive praise.
"He's a man who inspires loyalty, he inspires you to do your best and he lets you know it," Spicer said.
Watch the above video for more on what it's like for Spicer to be press secretary. Also, check out the below video as Spicer gives Huntsman a private tour of his office and the press briefing room.