Sean Spicer's behavior during his record-short time in the White House ranged from utterly pathetic to disrespectfully evasive to downright despicable, but all of his behavior could be defined as blindly loyal to his boss as well as profoundly unconcerned about the citizens most affected by his boss's actions.
The politician, who left his post as President Donald Trump's aide in August, courted controversy when he made a cameo during host Stephen Colbert's opening monologue during the awards ceremony to poke fun at himself and his reputation for making false statements.
She later added, "Isn't it interesting that now that he's washed his hands of the White House, he can make light of the fact that came out there, to that podium, and trotted out this misinformation to people who trust someone like that who represents the president.
Give it up", referring to the actress who famously impersonated Spicer on Saturday Night Live.
The former Press Secretary was wheeled on stage behind the famous White House lectern to deliver a version of his famous claims following Trump's inauguration. I mean, who did this?
"I've learned in this business to never say never, so there you have it", he said.
Corden, 39, who has often criticised Mr Trump on his US TV show, had not responded to the backlash last night. "Colbert thought it would be amusing and surprising, and that's what mattered most", wrote CNN, citing a source familiar with the production, on the decision to include Spicer.
Another posted: 'Acting like Sean Spicer is just another amusing guy is the same blurring of entertainment and politics that led to Trump becoming president'.
TMZ caught up with the Emmy nominated The Night Of star as he was leaving the airport, and he shared his thoughts on Spicer, and he's much more forgiving than the average Joe. "I enjoyed his performance last night on the Emmys". In truth, I am disappointed by it as well. His job as press secretary is...