It can be imagine very easily that few, if any people have gotten the better of Sarah Sanders in an argument. It’s one of those things that makes her absolutely perfect for the job as White House Press Secretary.
It’s a job that I wouldn’t take if my life depended on it just from the barrage of nonsense that you have to deal with on a daily basis from the media. MY goodness, every single time the President takes a sip of coffee the press wants to infer some meaning to it.
Every time he flips to an odd numbered page in the newspaper first they want to get some kind of scoop out of that. However, she has been shutting people down in solid fashion from the moment she took the job.
Sarah Sanders has this White House press secretary thing down cold, doesn’t she? It seems like she’s providing a viral video every single day and she routinely lights up reporters who try to put her on the spot with gotcha questions. Sean Spicer was solid. But, Sarah Sanders is a lot better.
The GOP tax plan was approved by Congress this week and companies have already started rewarding their employees because of it. An NBC reporter asked Sarah Sanders about the plan and she reminded the reporter about those companies in epic fashion.
From The Daily Caller: NBC White House reporter Kristen Welker asked Sarah Sanders about the tax bill Thursday and how it will help average Americans. Sanders replied: “Hopefully you’re one of the NBC reporters that’s getting one of those bonuses.”
Nailed it. Sanders is right. The parent company of NBC, Comcast, is one of the companies who came out and said they’d give their employees raises thanks to Trump.
From The Hill: Comcast on Wednesday announced that it will give $1,000 to more than 100,000 of its employees as a result of the passage of tax-cut legislation in Congress, as well as the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality.
“Based on the passage of tax reform and the FCC’s action on broadband, Brian Roberts, Chairman and CEO of Comcast NBCUniversal, announced that the Company would award special $1,000 bonuses to more than one hundred thousand eligible frontline and non-executive employees,” the company said in a statement.
Roberts also announced that Comcast would invest $50 billion over the next five years in infrastructure toward its “broadband plant and capacity, and our television, film and theme park offerings.”
Comcast wasn’t the only company who made this move.
In fact, several huge companies decided to give back.
From USA Today: AT&T was the first company to go public with its plans to pass along coming tax savings to workers, saying once the tax bill is passed it would pay a special $1,000 bonus to more than 200,000 of its non-management workers. Front-line managers, the company said, will also be included in the bonus pool. The bonus could hit employees paychecks over the holidays if Trump signs the bill before Christmas, the company said in a statement. The telecom giant also confirmed it would invest $1 billion more in the U.S. in 2018.