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PATHETIC: James Corden Apologizes For Kissing Sean Spicer

By  Amanda Prestigiacomo

All hell broke loose on the Humorless Left when a photo of CBS Late Late Show host James Corden planting a kiss on former Press Secretary Sean Spicer at Sunday’s Emmy’s hit social media.

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How dare Corden have a good laugh with someone from the Trump Administration? This is how Spicer is “normalized,” or something.

After his social media replies flooded with upset leftist snowflakes, Corden pathetically attempted to placate the masses with a humorous apology, but an apology nonetheless.

“Now, I know you think that’s a picture of me kissing Sean Spicer,” Corden joked. “But in the spirit of Sean Spicer, no, it isn’t.”

The Late Late Show host also called Spicer an “ass” and reiterated that he was regretful of the earnest moment.

“Anyone ever have that feeling when you get a little drunk and then wake up the next morning and think, ‘Oh God, who did I kiss last night?’ It’s a bit like that,” he said. “To be fair, everyone was kissing a** last night at the Emmys. I just happened to kiss the biggest one there.”

During his Monday show’s monologue, Corden again addressed the non-situation being blown way out of proportion:

“Now, understandably, some people have been disappointed by this photo,” Corden said. “In truth, I’m disappointed by it as well. I’ve been reading a lot of harsh comments on Twitter today, and I hear you loud and clear — truly, I do. So much so I’m really starting to regret that ‘Carpool Karaoke’ that we’ve taped with Steve Bannon. Feels like a mistake today.”

To recap: Spicer is subject to relentless mockery from the Left; he shows up to the Emmys and pokes fun of himself like the good sport he is; the Left lose their mind over a moment of bipartisan comradery after the lighthearted gag; pathetic late night host capitulates to the masses and apologizes.

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