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Michael Spicer: Political incompetence gave me my career ‘with a bow on top’

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Michael Spicer: Political incompetence gave me my career ‘with a bow on top’

Michael Spicer: Political incompetence gave me my career ‘with a bow on top’

Comedian Michael Spicer has said the incompetence of politicians in recentyears handed him his career “with a little bow on top”.

Spicer shot to fame in2019 with his satirical sketches about a political adviser speaking in the earof public figures as their interviews, using real-life footage, invariablyfall apart.

However, the 42-year-old from Kent has said he could retire thecharacter if politics changes direction, starting with Donald Trump losing theUS election in November.


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