Wednesday, during the White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stepped to the podium taking questions from the liberal press corps once again.
And, the Press Secretary didn’t disappoint. (Video Below)
During the briefing, Sarah took a number of questions from the press regarding Syria, Russia, the Trump/Mueller phony investigation, and more.
However, upon taking questions from the liberal press, CNN’s Jim Acosta got destroyed by Sarah once again.
First, he asked about Russia and “all options on the table.”
Sarah explained to him that there is more than one option, not just only one option. “Just because he does one thing, doesn’t mean he can’t do a number of other actions as well. He certainly hasn’t laid out the time table… which would be broadcasting his intentions.” (Video Below)
Then, Jim dove for a second question, only to be smacked down.
“One other quick thing on Speaker Ryan’s announcement. There are some fears on Capitol Hill – and we understand some in the White House – that a Democratic wave is coming and could sweep the Republicans out of power in the House and that could potentially lead to impeachment proceedings that the Democrats could bring forward. What is the president’s thinking on that, what is your thinking on that?” Jim asked.
“Like I said earlier, we are very confident in the record that we have and the very successful first year and a a half that the president’s had in office, and we expect to talk about that a lot. We’d love for you guys to talk about that more too and we’d be happy to send you talking points if you need some guidance.” Sarah responded. (Video Below)
“Do you think a wave is coming?” Acosta asked.
“We certainly think we have a great story to tell. We think America will be ready to listen to that and certainly has felt the impact certainly from an economic standpoint for this administration and we’re proud of that.” Sarah pointed out.
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Jim Acosta is no match for Sarah and needs to give it up. Let us know what you think in the comments below.