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NY Post: Spicer Taking Meetings, Holding Out for 'Big TV Job'

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By    |   Sunday, 30 Jul 2017 11:17 AM

After announcing his resignation effective next month, White House press secretary Sean Spicer is weighing his next career move, reportedly taking meetings and holding out for "a big TV job," the N.Y. Post's Page Six reported.

"Spicer has met with everyone except CNN — for obvious reasons," a source told the Post. "Everybody wants to get the first interview with him, he's a huge booking right now

"But Sean's got his own agenda, and he's first looking for a big TV job."

In addition to reports he was being considering for ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," Spicer also reportedly met with author and MSNBC senior political analyst Mark Halperin this week. Halperin and Spicer "go back a long way," a source told the Post.

"They took the private dining room to be out of sight and were served by a manager to keep things low-key," the source told the Post. "Halperin is ­doing a book on the first 45 days of the administration."

Spicer summed up his response to the reported meetings this week.

"This is the phase where you just say 'hi' to everybody," Spicer told reporters, per the Post.

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