Sean Spicer used to be the White House Easter Bunny

Look out Marlon Bundo, there's a new rabbit in the White House.

Nearly a decade ago, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer donned a bunny costume for the annual Easter Egg Roll.

Spicer's egg-spert past is no secret -- it is featured in his bio on the GOP website, and it recently resurfaced when screenwriter Bob Schooley shared his Politico interview from March 2008.

"It gets very hot. Each bunny gets a handler who guides them around the South Lawn," Spicer told the outlet. "My handler for the event was my wife, Rebecca, who has been keeping me in line for years."

He said he gets a kick out of the kids who thank the bunny for their basket or a gift they got on Easter.

"I can't see too much, and the bunny does not talk, but every child is special on this day," Spicer said.

At the time, he was assistant U.S. trade representative for media and public affairs in George W. Bush's administration.

He spoke fondly of his time in the bunny suit nearly a year ago on Twitter:

A photo of Spicer in costume was also featured in a 2013 Washington Post article on the Egg Roll's "bunnies of yore."

His egg-ceptional past as the Easter Bunny is only the latest fun fact we've found about Spicer since he became press secretary. He has recently been noted as a Dippin' Dots hater, a prolific tweeter, a Venmo user and a huge fan of gum.

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