In a brief statement, the show's publicist said, "On Wednesday, September 13, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer will be interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel on the host's ABC late night talk show".
It is likely Mueller will also seek to interview Kushner, the Post reports. The requests indicate the scope of Mueller's investigation has expanded beyond the campaign to include individuals who joined Trump's team after the election.
"Out of respect for the special counsel and his process and so we don't interfere with that in any way, the White House doesn't comment on specific requests for documents and potential witnesses", Cobb told the Post.
Raffel was one of the Trump aides involved in crafting a misleading response to the now-infamous meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer, which was attended by several members of the campaign, including top Trump aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Hicks worked with Trump on Donald Trump Jr.'s initial statement about the Trump Tower meeting.
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Certain events changed my mind. "I used to come to this stadium when I was a boy to watch games". He revealed on several occasions that he initially planned to stay another season with Monaco.
He didn't officially leave the White House until the end of August.
While Spicer hasn't shown his face on late night before, he's been a frequent topic of conversations for comedians, especially "Saturday Night Live", on which Melissa McCarthy famously stepped behind his press office lectern.
That included Mr Trump's decision to sack James Comey as FBI Director, and the handling of a controversy involving former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his contacts with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.