Anyone that truly envies the job that Sarah Sanders has on the whole is someone that probably doesn’t pay attention to the world that they live in all that much.
The job of White House Press Secretary is one of those jobs that while it may seem fun on the outside with the talking to media people all the time would likely drive someone insane.
Imagine having a job where you have a boss where you have to get up every day and have thirty people who are being paid to act like they don’t like your boss question every single thing that your boss does and on top of it want you to explain it.
Most of the mainstream media is rife with liberals who want to get some kind of dirt on President Trump at the drop of a hat. All you have to do is just look at the way that CNN was hiding in the bushes like a peeping Tom filming the President golfing the other day.
However, Sarah Sanders comes from a great line of people who aren’t willing to put up with any kind of crap. I really feel like the White House Press Corps truly believed that when they found out that a woman was going to be the press secretary they they thought they were going to get someone that would wilt in front of them…nope.
Sarah Sanders is great at getting the White House Press Corps to hurry it up…The Supercut below shows the tactics used by this superstar to keep the wild press in line:
ONE OF OUR ALL TIME FAVORITES WAS A RARE OCCASION WHEN SARAH WASN’T “FINISHED”: Sarah Huckabee Sanders was hot today when she went off on CNN’s Jim Acosta over the fake news that’s been constant the past few days. Jim Acosta also would not be quiet so Sanders had to get loud and forceful: “I’m not finished”
Sanders was making a point about reporters making a mistake vs when they report fake news on purpose…There is a big difference.
“There’s a big difference between making honest mistakes and purposely misleading the American people…something that happens regularly.” – Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Fox News Insider reports: White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders battled CNN reporter Jim Acosta, accusing the mainstream media of “purposefully” putting out false information.
As he began a question, Acosta told Sanders at Monday’s press briefing that journalists make “honest mistakes” and that doesn’t mean it’s “fake news.”
Sanders started to answer but Acosta and another reported interjected.
“I’m sorry. I’m not finished!” she countered.
“There’s a very big difference between making honest mistakes and purposefully misleading the American people, something that happens regularly,” she shot back.
Acosta asked for an example of a story that was “intentionally false” and meant to mislead Americans.