Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer will sit down with Fox News's Sean Hannity Friday evening in an exclusive interview.
In the weeks leading up to Spicer's resignation, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders largely manned the Briefing Room podium. Spicer, for his part, was doing double duty after Director of White House Communications Mike Dubke stepped down in May.
Friday marks the first on-camera press briefing — which will be conducted by Sanders — in over three weeks.
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