UC Berkeley's College Republicans group is hosting Sean Spicer Wednesday evening for a talk "about media bias and the threat that it poses to our republic."
According to event description, the 7 p.m. talk at Evans Hall will feature the man "whom colleagues know as relentless, quick-witted, and good-humored."
So the screamy, quick-to-anger, fumbling defender of the early Trump administration's many gaffes won't be there?
As NBC Bay Area reports, "UC Berkeley has seen protests over other conservative speakers in the past, but no protests are expected Wednesday."
But, of course, after lasting only six months in the press secretary's job before handing the reins over the far less easily flustered Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Spicer isn't so relevant or polarizing a figure as Milo Yiannopoulos and Ann Coulter, whose threats to show up on the UC Berkeley campus have driven many an all-caps Twitter thread about freedom of speech and liberal cucks, and some chaotic IRL protests as well.
For good measure, let's never forget Melissa McCarthy in her star-making turn as Spicer on Saturday Night Live, the first time she did it.
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