Canadian woman's cutout of Spicer in bush gets attention

Wednesday, 17 May, 2017

Live from Victoria, it's Lisa Kadonaga.

"Presenting the "Garden Spicer"," Kadonaga said in the post.

As Sean Spicer scrambled to explain to reporters why President Donald Trump suddenly chose to fire Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey last week, the White House press secretary huddled with his staff near a clump of bushes, The Washington Post's Jenna Johnson reported.

Spicer made headlines after an odd report that Spicer "hid in" - correction - huddled among a clump of bushes with his staff, after President Donald fired FBI Director James Comey Tuesday.

The FBI is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 US election and it has been reported that Comey sought more resources to investigate links between Russia and Trump's campaign.

She captured some pictures of the scene, and shared them with her Facebook friends to give them an opportunity to laugh at it. I thought I could do that ... with a photocopier.

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The reports spawned many humorous memes on Facebook, and Kadonaga, 49 who teaches geography at the University of Victoria, says that with her hometown being world renowned for its greenery, she decided that one of its bushes would make the ideal place for Spicer to hang out - so to speak.

"Kinda took off" is such an understatement, it borders on being an alternative fact. It has also been covered by the Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, Time, CNET, People and CNN.

The images have now been shared more than 109,000 times and spawned its own hashtag - #gardenspicer. So she created cut-out accessories flawless for any yard.

Kadonaga believes much of the sharing is actually out of sympathy for the much-maligned Spicer. News that everyone has been in Spicer's situation at least once - times in which they've been told to go out and do a job without the right tools or information.

As for Spicer, she said she feels "sorry for the guy" and thinks "a lot of people have picked up on that".