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Turns out, when you're a huge d-bag to people in a very public way, it can be difficult to find folks to endorse you.





Sean Spicer is planning a TV talk show, but it looks like nobody wants to be on it


The show, which will be called "Sean Spicer's Common Ground," became public knowledge Monday after The New York Times published details from a pitch document for a pilot episode.


It soon emerged that two potential guests approached by Spicer had decided not to participate.


Michael Avenatti, the lawyer best known for suing President Donald Trump on behalf of the adult-film star Stormy Daniels, wrote on Twitter that he turned down the chance to appear on the show.


The comedian Kathy Griffin retweeted the New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman, who reported that Griffin had declined to appear on the show.


So far there are no public reports that any guests have agreed to do the show, which is being produced by the TV syndication company Debmar-Mercury and Pilgrim Media Group.


According to The Times, the pitch document described the show as Spicer hosting "some of the most interesting and thoughtful public figures for a drink and some lite conversation at a local pub or cafe."


The show appears to be the latest effort by Spicer to stay in the public eye after giving up his White House job last July, six months into the Trump administration.


He has also recently started a podcast with the Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich and has a book, "The Briefing: Politics, The Press, and The President," due to be published on July 24.



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