Social media has now been around long enough that many — if not most — public figures have built up years of status updates before they become household names. Having all that stuff online can definitely be a double-edged sword, as new White House press secretary Sean Spicer is discovering.

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For Spicer, who spent the weekend being ridiculed for insisting that attendance at the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20 was much higher than indicated by visual evidence, it offered another opportunity for widespread internet shaming. Fortunately, he still has four years to rise like a "Phoenix" and start "Doin' It Right."

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