There's plenty of photographic proof that shows President Donald Trump did not have the largest inauguration crowd ever in 2016, and Megyn Kelly tried her hardest to get former White House press secretary Sean Spicer to admit that on her "Today" show hour Thursday.
"If I could have a do over, I would take it," her guest said when she brought up the lie the Trump administration brazenly told the public.
"Do you acknowledge that was not true?" Kelly asked, but she would never get the ousted Trump team member to admit that.
"I'm saying I could have done that a heck of a lot better," Spicer said. "The point was that what we were conflating was the number of people standing in one position versus what I was trying to do and not well."
"And not truthfully," Kelly interrupted, eliciting cheers from her audience.
Watch Spicer stutter through the grilling in the interview above.
Ultimately he never said the Trump administration was exaggerating crowd size numbers and only admitted, "I'm taking responsibility for my actions. I went out there. I said those words. I could have done a better job. And that's what I'm responsible for what I did."
When Kelly asked Spicer if he believes Trump is "truthful," his answer also skated around the question.