Spicer says his job is ‘not a quiet existence’

White House spokesman Sean Spicer tells Reuters, “of course I have regrets” and that his job is “not a quiet existence.”

WASHINGTON, DC, USA (Reuters) – White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told Reuters White House Correspondent Jeff Mason on Friday that his job is “not a quiet existence.”

“We get up early, we work late, we all struggle to keep up with him (President Trump),” said Spicer.

He also told Reuters “of course I have regrets” and “we look back on a daily basis- what did we do really well, how do we make sure we keep the good and of the things that didn’t go so well, how do we improve that.”

In a statement touting Trump’s record in the first 100 days, the White House highlighted, among other things, his attempts to streamline government by proposing a lean budget, and his aggressiveness in foreign affairs, particularly with regard to challenging Russia and Iran.