White House press secretary Sean Spicer said sorry once again regarding his remarks that even Adolf Hitler didn’t “sink to using chemical weapons” during World War II, at a forum at the Newseum.


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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer gains criticisms over comparing Adolf Hitler and Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad


“It really is painful to myself to know that I did something like that.” Spicer said during a scheduled interview in Washington. “I got into a topic that I shouldn’t have, and I screwed up.”

Expressing humility, Spicer also claimed the incident “my mistake” and “my bad” and his original comments were “inexcusable and reprehensible.”

As of press time, the press secretary’s job may be on the line however, after Spicer’s apology on Blitzer’s broadcast on Tuesday evening, a person close to Spicer told CNN that the press secretary’s fate is unknown.

“He will have to wait to see if the president thought it was effective,” the person close to Spicer said.