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Sean Spicer joins paid speaking circuit after leaving White House

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"Everybody knows Sean Spicer. At least, polls show, they know his name and his trademark style behind the White House podium." (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has signed with Worldwide Speakers Group, the company announced Tuesday, and is joining the paid speaking circuit after leaving the White House last week.

Spicer served as White House press secretary for six months and resigned in July in protest of Anthony Scaramucci's hiring as White House communications director.

Scaramucci was ultimately removed from the job 11 days later, but Spicer moved forward with his plans to depart the White House.

His last official day was Thursday.

In its listing, Worldwide Speakers Group bills Spicer as a well-known Republican communicator and strategist.

"Everybody knows Sean Spicer. At least, polls show, they know his name and his trademark style behind the White House podium," the organization says of Spicer.

"But before the former White House press secretary made his mark as one of the most recognized staffers in the Trump in the Trump administration, he built a decades-long career in Republican politics, witnessing and shaping the inner workings of Washington, D.C., from every vantage point — as a House of Representatives communicator, assistant U.S. trade representative, Republican National Committee chief strategist, top adviser to presidential campaigns and, of course, White House spokesman.

"Few in Washington are as well-equipped as Sean to pull back the curtain and dissect what's really happening in the nation's capital."

Spicer also announced he would be joining Worldwide Speakers Group via Twitter.

"Very excited to announce that I will be working with the amazing & talented team at @WWSGconnect," Spicer tweeted Tuesday morning.

After he joined the Trump White House as press secretary, Spicer quickly became a household name, in large part because of comedian Melissa McCarthy's frequent portrayals of Spicer on "Saturday Night Live."

Worldwide Speakers Group called Spicer "relentless, quick-witted and good-humored," and said his time behind the podium helped land Spicer in "'Saturday Night Live' lore."

It's unknown how much Spicer will earn for his speeches through the organization.