Sean Spicer is the gift that never stops giving to late-night comedians.
While the majority of shows are currently on a brief hiatus, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and "Conan" aired Tuesday night, with each taking aim at the White House Press Secretary for his epic Hitler blunder. In case you missed it, President Donald Trump's mouthpiece once again stirred public outrage when he incorrectly stated during a press briefing that not even Hitler -- the man who engineered the Holocaust -- used chemical weapons on his own people, like Syria's Bashar al-Assad has been accused of doing.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" team produced a parody clip of what Sean Spicer may have been thinking while delivering his disaster of a speech.
"Did I just defend Hitler?" Spicer asked himself in the sketch. "Hitler?!? I think I did. Why did I even do that? Why even bring up the Holocaust? At press secretary school, the one rule was 'Never defend Hitler.'"
The clip pretended that his thoughts thereafter were simply about the desire for a much needed vacation. "I just want to go to Cabo."
Kimmel concluded, "Sean Spicer might be the only press secretary who needs a press secretary."
Chelsea Handler on 'Conan'
The Netflix star and former E! late-night host swung by Conan O'Brien's TBS show, and couldn't resist another round of mockery aimed at Spicer.
"He’s so stupid. He can’t possibly be that stupid naturally," she said.
"I don’t understand how you can keep that job and go out there and do that," Handler said. "Like, does he think this is gonna end well for him? Like, all of sudden he’s gonna get a huge promotion because people are gonna be like, ‘He’s amazing!’ I mean, he’s going down."
Handler said she's also convinced that before Spicer's press briefings, someone whispers in his ear: "Say something about Hitler and, yeah, the Holocaust, say something about that."