RJC Events

Private Reception and Book Signing with Sean Spicer

July 31, 2018 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM


Please join the Republican Jewish Coalition


A Private Reception and Book Signing 


Sean Spicer

Former White House Press Secretary

RSVP is required.

All guests will receive a signed copy of Sean's new book The Briefing.

- This event is open to all RJC Leaders who are current in their dues -


Address provided with RSVP
Los Angeles, CA 90212
United States

Doris Ohayon · · 310-478-0752

More on Sean:

Before the former White House Press Secretary made his mark as one of the most recognized staffers in the Trump administration, he built a decades-long career in Republican politics, witnessing and shaping the inner workings of Washington, DC, from every vantage point — as a House of Representatives communicator, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, Chief Strategist of the Republican National Committee, top advisor to presidential campaigns, and of course, White House spokesman. Few in Washington are as well-equipped as Sean to pull back the curtain and dissect what’s really happening in the nation’s capital.   

Sean is the author of the forthcoming book The Briefing, which sheds light on the headline-grabbing Trump administration’s first year as well as the 2016 campaign and his time in Washington.Sean is a lifelong Republican operative who worked his way up through the ranks and whom colleagues know as relentless, quick-witted, and good-humored.Sean helped the party successfully rebuild following losses in the 2012 election, and he then played a key role in the strategy behind the party’s sweeping 2014 victories. He was the principal communicator for the RNC, making hundreds of appearances on television and radio and disseminating the RNC’s message. Prior to the must-see 2016 primary debates, Sean worked with networks and other partners to produce a schedule that promoted higher quality, informative debates. This strategy proved successful, with the 2016 Republican primary debates breaking records for TV viewership.   

Sean’s efforts as the RNC’s Chief Strategist and Communications Director landed him a spot in PR Week’s Power 15 list for 2016, as he helped the RNC generate approximately $1.4 billion in earned media that cycle. After the 2016 primaries, Sean began to split his time between the RNC and the Trump campaign, coming on board in an advisory capacity. There’s no doubt Sean was a pivotal part of the party’s improbable wins across the country that November.