Spicer apologises for Hitler didnt use chemical arms claim

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Yesterday, Spicer shocked the briefing room by suggesting that Adolf Hitler was a lesser evil than Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad when it came to using chemical weapons against his people.

"I need to hear from my congressman that these things are unacceptable", the woman said.

"Literally acronyms are hard", Maddow added, noting Spicer frequently refers to the acronym for the "Presidential Daily Briefing" (PDB) as "P-B-D".

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During a press conference following a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Tillerson was asked about White House press secretary Sean Spicer's comments that unlike Assad, Hitler never stooped to the level of using chemical weapons.

Coffman, a moderate representing a swing district in and around Aurora, was asked at a town hall about Spicer's remarks this week that even Hitler didn't "sink to using chemical weapons" during the Holocaust.

"I was obviously trying to make a point about the heinous acts that Assad had made against his own people last week, using chemical weapons and gas", he said. "Frankly, I mistakenly made an inappropriate and insensitive reference to the Holocaust, for which there is no comparison", Spicer said. "It was a mistake to do that".

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"I think when you come to sarin gas, there was no, he (Hitler) was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing", Spicer said. "I hope I showed that I understand that I did that and that sought people's forgiveness because I screwed up".

The longtime GOP spokesman said he had two takeaways from the experience.

In a statement to White House reporters, Spicer said in no way he was trying to lessen the horrendous nature of the Holocaust. "There was not. He brought them into the Holocaust center I understand that".

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He called his comments particularly "reprehensible" for falling during Passover, and he said it was especially frustrating that he disrupted a successful period for the president after "productive" talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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