Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer allegedly wanted a mini-fridge soon after starting the position, but when junior White House staffers denied him theirs, he decided to take it for himself, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Spicer, who resigned from the position on Friday, reportedly had sent a top aide to ask junior research employees if he could have their mini-fridge less than a month after starting the job, people familiar with the situation told the Wall Street Journal, but the staffers had said no.
Soon after, a White House official said they had spotted Spicer towing the mini-fridge down the White House driveway after sundown, according to the Wall Street Journal.
It was announced Friday by incoming White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci that Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be replacing Spicer, who will officially leave the position in August.
There had been reports that tension between Scaramucci and Spicer had led to the resignation, but Scaramucci dismissed those claims.
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