Spicer said he is "honored to join a team whose mission is to help fulfill the president's promises to the American people, while helping elect officials who will do the same."
Spicer’s tumultuous time in the White House was fraught with combative press briefings and controversy, which was caricatured on “Saturday Night Live.”
Since leaving his post as press secretary, Spicer has appeared as a commentator on multiple Fox News outlets. He has also written a book, titled “The Briefing,” which he has stated will “set the record straight” about the Trump presidency. The book is expected to be released in July.
Spicer is expected to attend the America First Action inaugural summit in Washington, D.C., next week.
He is expected to introduce former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and moderate a roundtable discussion.
He is also expected to deliver remarks at the summit.