Since going Hollywood, Sean Spicer doesn’t seem as worried about making nice with Washington reporters.
Axios’ Mike Allen reported Thursday that Spicer, President Trump’s former spokesman, was known for taking detailed notes during White House meetings. Allen speculated that they could be a “honey pot” of information for special counsel Robert Mueller as he looks into any ties between Trump and the White House.
When Allen reached out to Spicer for comment, Spicer — most recently seen at the Emmy Awards — made it clear that he was no longer taking Allen’s calls.
“Mike, please stop texting/emailing me unsolicited anymore,” he texted.
Allen, who says he has known Spicer and his wife for more than a dozen years, responded: “?”
Spicer replied: “Not sure what that means. From a legal standpoint I want to be clear: Do not email or text me again. Should you do again I will report to the appropriate authorities.”
Allen also sent Spicer an email, to which Spicer replied:
Per my text:
Please refrain from sending me unsolicited texts and emails
Should you not do so I will contact the appropriate legal authorities to address your harassment
Sean M Spicer
We don’t know what’s in Spicer’s notebooks, but we’re guessing there’s not a lot of nice things about Mike Allen.