Sean Spicer torched on Twitter for a rhetorical question tons of people wanted to answer

Sean Spicer torched on Twitter for a rhetorical question tons of people wanted to answer
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer takes a picture of President Donald J. Trump who hosted companies from across the country at the White House for the Made in America Product Showcase, where U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue attended. The White House is highlighting and celebrating each state’s effort and commitment to American made products by bringing in and showing off products from all 50 states that are made and produced in the United States.USDA photo by Preston Keres
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When Sean Spicer decided to take a dig at President Joe Biden, he may not have expected his words to be used against him. But that's exactly what happened when one question sparked a Twitter firestorm.

On Thursday, October 26, Spicer, who briefly worked as White House Press Secretary under former Preaisent Donald Trump, took to Twitter to express his disapproval of Biden's Build Back Better agenda. In his tweet, Spicer asked, "What? When did anyone ask to “transform” America?"

Twitter users quickly took aim at Spicer for his seemingly oblivious line of questioning, reports HuffPost. Many also reminded him of the orgiin of the phrase, "Make America Great Again" and the veiled meaning behind it.

One user wrote, "When did anyone ask that you Make America Great Again?

FYI: America was already great until Trump the disgraced, twice impeached, one term former president came along."

Some users also made it clear that Biden's win for the 2020 presidential election also signifies the Unites States' transformation.

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