Former White House Press Secretary and Communications Director Sean Spicer has been added to the line-up for tonight's Late Late Show and will give his take on how the latest developments in Washington could impact the US Presidential race.

He will be making his appearance following news that President Trump and his wife Melania have both tested positive for Covid-19  just days after Trump’s chaotic first presidential debate with Democratic hopeful Joe Biden.

As things continue to move quickly ahead of the most important US election in generations, host Ryan Tubridy, a self-confessed obsessive about US politics, will be asking Spicer how he sees things shaping up just a month out from polling day on November 3.

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Irish-American Spicer (49) made his first appearance on the Late Late Show in January 2018 when he faced a combative interview with Tubridy.

The former White House Press Secretary had a highly contentious tenure as Trump’s spokesman and made several public statements that were controversial and false, including his claim that crowds at Trump's inauguration ceremony in January 2017 were the largest ever at such an event.

Spicer resigned as White House Press Secretary on July, 2017 and since leaving, has published The Briefing: Politics, the Press, and the President, appeared as a contestant on season 28 of Dancing With the Stars in the US, and started hosting a political talk show on Newsmax TV.