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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday called ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman’s taping of White House chief of staff John Kelly “a massive violation of every security protocol.”

“She taped the chief of staff for the White House in the situation room, clearly a violation of every security protocol that she signed when she applied for a security clearance,” Spicer said on “Fox News Sunday.”

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A number of lawyers in the national security community and journalists were quick to point out that the recording should not have happened, given electronics are not allowed to enter the situation room.

Trump‘s legislative director Marc Short said on ABC Sunday that the recording was “quite an affront.”

Manigault Newman released part of the 20-second tape Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” The tape, she said, was of Kelly firing her from her role as White House aide in December.

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  1. Sean Spicer was spot on in his responses re Omarosa. Spicer has proven himself to be a credible and loyal spokesperson for his former boss.

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