Food for though – or discussion:
I am concerned about Harvard and others rolling out the red carpet for Sean Spicer, and rewarding him for having no ethics and being a liar in chief.
Double-edged sword. Spicer’s success might be a thorn in Trump’s side (at least that’s how many might see it), but ultimately should we as a society not hold dishonest people responsible for their actions, and not reward unethical behavior?
I mean, Spicer didn’t resign because he had issues with Trump’s unethical behavior, but cause he didn’t like being replaced with someone with even less ethics than himself.