Between the Twitter feud with Dippin' Dots and giving "alternative facts" about the size of the crowds at Donald Trump's inauguration, trolling White House press secretary Sean Spicer almost seems too easy at this point. However, once people discovered that Spicer had a public Venmo account, it simply became too hard to resist.
Venmo is an app where you can transfer money between users through your smartphone. In addition to sending money to someone, you can also request to be paid by another Venmo user. Now people are requesting money from Spicer for everything from their medical bills to Planned Parenthood donations.
But some are offering to pay the White House press secretary for things like gum, hair plugs, and a pocket constitution for his boss.
Unfortunately, it looks like that Spicer isn't too fond of the joke, and has been denying all requests for money. Aw man.
No word on if he is accepting the donations, though. He can buy a lot of gum with that money!