Dippin’ Dots grabs headlines for reaching out to White House secretary

Sean Spicer has tweeted disparaging marks about the ice cream on Twitter over the years, but it didn’t stop the company from reaching out after he faced backlash over recent comments.

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It’s been a heck of a first week for White House press secretary Sean Spicer, but it could get considerably better with the help of a PR gambit.

After starting off on a rocky note after his ‘alternative facts’ about President Donald Trump’sinauguration crowds sparked backlash, Spicer could probably use a friend. He might get that from an unlikely source: Dippin’ Dots.

The potential friendship is surprising because of Spicer’s history of posting negative tweets about the frozen spheres that tout themselves as the “ice cream of the future.”

It started in 2010 when Spicer burned the company with this zinger:

Dippin dots is NOT the ice cream of the future

— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) April 8, 2010

In the following years, Spicer’s Twitter feed was peppered with more chilly attacks:

we may not have inauguration attendance data yet, but one set of record turnout numbers are in:

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