Sarah Sanders Brought EVERYONE To TEARS With An Amazing Story At This Press Conference! Emmanuel December 8, 2017 Amazing, News When I think of the job that Sarah Sanders has, I cannot think of a job that is both more rewarding and likely at times frustrating job in the entire world. Being the Press Secretary for the White House is somewhat akin to being the operator on a customer service line. You have everyone in the world asking you questions and tend to only come to you with questions when they are upset about something. Every single day of her life she has to navigate a bog of liberals that are looking for just about any reason that they can to print something awful about the President. People that are not in tune with President Trump’s policies hit her with low blows every single chance that they can get. She has done an amazing job though, far better than a lot of other folks would do. We saw another great example of the kind of poise and character that she possesses. She opened up the press conference with an absolutely amazing Christmas story that could bring a tear to the eye of a stone. “WITH CHRISTMAS SEASON IN FULL SWING, I WANT SHINE A SPOTLIGHT ON SOME OF THE STORIES OF CHRISTMAS GENEROSITY AND LOVE THAT SHOW WHAT THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT AND THE AMERICAN SPIRIT ARE ALL ABOUT.” She kept going. “THERE WILL BE SO MANY ACTS OF GENEROSITY AND KINDNESS THAT GO UNNOTICED THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON.THESE STORIES ARE IMPORTANT BECAUSE THEY REMIND US WHAT THE SEASON IS ALL ABOUT AND THAT’S THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL, THAT A SAVIOR WAS BORN.” She then ended it with a perfect statement. “AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN ALL FOCUS AND TAKE TIME OUT OF OUR BUSY SCHEDULES TO ENJOY THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. OR HOWEVER YOU MAY CELEBRATE.” There shouldn’t be a way for liberals to turn this against her, but if there is, don’t be surprised to see it. But for right now, just enjoy the fact that we have such a hardworking woman giving the press conferences. Either way you slice it, Sarah is doing one heck of a job in a spot where so many other would wilt under the pressure. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.