Immediately after talking about Hitler, Sean Spicer made a joke about eggs
Mr Spicer's comments came on the first day of Passover and a day after the White House held a Seder dinner marking the emancipation of the Jewish people, a tradition started during the Obama administration.
After moving on from Hitler and the media, Spicer said that "all options [were] on the table" regarding Syria, especially if chemical weapons were used again on children and babies.
Clarifying his remarks immediately afterwards, he said: "I think when you come to sarin gas, he was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing".
Steven Goldstein, head of the Anne Frank Center, described Mr Spicer's comments as an "evil slur" and said he now "lacks the integrity to serve". Washington has blamed the attack on the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"Your job as the spokesperson is to help amplify the president's actions and accomplishments", Spicer said. "He displaced half of the country, he destroyed the country". Cramer, who advised President Donald Trump on energy issues during the transition and the campaign, has said Trump has asked him to run for the seat.
It is of course possible that Mr Spicer did not see the Fox Business Network interview.
For example, last month, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade said Russian Federation "ran right over" Obama for eight years.
Sean Spicer's Hitler gaffe on Tuesday was dumb and embarrassing, something he's since admitted.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer on Wednesday offered a fresh apology for minimizing the atrocities of Adolf Hitler in his comments on Syria, amid a wave of indignation at home and overseas.
"I was obviously trying to make a point about the heinous acts that Assad made against his own people last week using chemical weapons and gas", he said in an effort to control the damage done by his remarks, which drew strong reactions from political leaders, the Jew community and human rights bodies.
Mr Spicer apologised for making an "inappropriate and insensitive" comparison to the Holocaust in comments about the Syrian president's alleged chemical weapon use. For that, I apologize.