Late night host James Corden said he was disappointed in himself after he was photographed kissing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer at the Emmys.
The clear reference was to Spicer's first appearance in the White House press room, arguing against photographic evidence about how large President Donald Trump's Inauguration Day audience was. Colbert set the joke up by saying there was no way of knowing how many people would be watching the Emmys, then Spicer wheeled out from behind a podium to say "this will be the largest audience to witness an Emmys period, both in person and around the world".
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Nearly eight months to the day, Sean Spicer now says he regrets criticizing news reports that accurately showed President Donald Trump's inauguration crowd was significantly smaller than that of President Barack Obama. It was indeed surprising that Stephen Colbert would let him roll in for the sake of a "joke" that riffed on the most innocuous of Spicer's many infractions.
So when James Corden was spotted giving Spicer a kiss on the cheek Sunday, in a widely circulated photo, Twitter erupted with disdain for the British The Late Late Show host and he was forced to deliver an apology during his Monday night monologue.
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It was one of many digs at the President from the biggest stars of TV.
Brits Charlie Brooker and Riz Ahmed were among the winners at the awards ceremony.
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On "The View", Joy Behar said that if Spicer and other Trump surrogates apologize to the American people, "then I'll have fun with you, Sean". "Anyone ever have that feeling when you get a little drunk and then wake up the next morning and think 'Oh God, who did I kiss last night?' It's a bit like that". "Truly I do. So much so, I am really starting to regret that Carpool Karaoke we taped with Steve Bannon", Corden concluded. His job as press secretary is...
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