In Her Podium Return, WATCH Sarah Set Reporters Up Like Pinheads & Bowl A STORMY STRIKE

Tuesday, the White House held a press briefing and Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was back at work.

Once again, she didn’t fail to disappoint. (Video Below)

While President Trump is fulfilling his campaign promises and fixing the errors of the last administration, he has achieved far more in his 1 year, and 64 days than Obama did during his 8 disastrous years.

But, the crooked liberal media and press won’t tell you that, nor report on it.

The mainstream media has run out of ideas and will continue to push anything to make President Trump look bad.

They are so desperate to try to ruin Trump’s Presidency, and will continue to not cover the actual achievements President Trump and his administration are doing. (Video Below)

During the briefing, the press once again turned the White House into reality TV and gossip. Question after question was asked about Stormy Daniels.

The American people don’t care what Donald Trump did years before he became President, but the mainstream media continues fighting to keep the gossip going as their “Russia collusion” narrative is over.

The White House has pushed back several times denying the allegations of Stormy Daniels and the other women who have claimed sexual allegations against Trump. In addition, “Stormy Daniels” has also denied having any sexual relations with Trump, on 2 separate occasions. (Video Below)

So, once again, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders put the reporters in their places over the allegations.

On Tuesday, four different times she was asked about this topic. FOUR! Each time she bowled through the reporters likes pinheads, nailing a STRIKE!

The final reporter who was from CNN, questioned Sarah on why President Trump’s response today would be different than a response he made in October. The President stated that the claims the women made were all fabricated and that he didn’t know who they were.

Then, he asked Sarah, “why the silence over this allegation? Is someone advising him to be silent?”

Sarah once again nailed it. (Video Below)

“I don’t think it’s silent when the President has addressed this. We’ve addressed this extensively. THERE IS NOTHING ELSE TO ADD. Just because you guys CONTINUE to ask the same question…OVER, and OVER, and OVER AGAIN, doesn’t mean we have to come up with new things to say. We’ve addressed it. We’ve addressed it extensively. There is nothing new to add to this conversation.”

And, just like that, Sarah told him.

While the press continues to beat the dead horse in hopes to fulfill their false narratives, Sarah is too smart for them and doesn’t take their biased, liberal, Trump-hating bait. Instead, she has to break it down for them like the toddlers they are.

Sarah must sense she is running a daycare facility. She should just spank their liberal butts and put them in the corner for a timeout.

WATCH Sarah in action below: 

Sarah is awesome! We love that she pointed out asking the same question over and over hoping for a different answer…. WILL NOT CHANGE ANYTHING!

Read HERE to see what Bill O’Reilly has to say about Stormy Daniels.

Do you think Sarah Sanders is doing a FANTASTIC job as Press Secretary? Let us know in the comments below.

3 Comments on "In Her Podium Return, WATCH Sarah Set Reporters Up Like Pinheads & Bowl A STORMY STRIKE"

  1. Robin Canfield | March 28, 2018 at 10:14 am |

    keep up the good work Sarah!

  2. Joan Kunitz | March 28, 2018 at 1:50 pm |

    Sarah is a blessing to Washington AND us.

  3. Thank you Sarah for your insights on the dangers of silence and to all those here who have joined the conversation. One insight from the science of behavior change is that harmful behaviors can”t just be left behind, they need to be overridden by healthier ones. So as we continue uncovering the factors that perpetuate rape culture, such as silence about sexual violence, we can ask ourselves what would override it. This means not only having the critical conversations about sexual violence that Sarah has championed, but also conversations about what we want to move toward: a culture of consent. What would a culture of consent look like? What does it already look like, where it exists? I stand with survivors and all those taking part in the effort to change the culture. Culture change is hard, slow, awkward and uncomfortable, but possible. custom essay writing

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