Host Bill Maher called "bullsh*t" — literally — on Sean Spicer on Friday night after the former White House press secretary refused to admit that Donald Trump lost the 2020 election to Joe Biden.
After Spicer renounced the QAnon conspiracy theory during an interview on HBO's Real Time, Maher asked, "What about (the theory that) the election was rigged and Trump really won? Is that lunacy?"
"I think there are some serious problems with the election," Spicer responded, before claiming that several states illegally "changed the rules" before the election.
"This is a rabbit hole you want to go down to avoid the question: Did Trump win or lose the election?'" Maher said.
"I don't know," Spicer responded.
"Well, there you go, because the world does," Maher said.
"You're afraid of Trump," Maher said later.
"I'm not afraid of anything," Spicer responded.
"Yes, you are," Maher said. "This is all about, you work in the conservative sphere of media. If you say what I want you to say, what I think you truly believe, you won't get your job, Trump will start attacking you," Maher said.
"It's bullsh*t, Sean," Maher added. "You know it's bulllsh*t."