Reporter Asks Sarah Sanders The Dumbest Question About Our First Lady… It Immediately Backfires (Video)

During Monday’s press briefing, Washington Post might have asked the worst question in the history of the White House press briefing, trying to spread a nonsensical rumor that First Lady Melania does not live in this White House.

“Sarah, the story this morning The Washington Post, among many things, reported that there are persistent rumors that Mrs. Trump does not live in this White House,” a reporter asked. “And that she lives with her parents somewhere in the suburbs. What do you make of those rumors?”

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders slammed the reporter for spreading rumors about Melania Trump’s marriage Monday.

“I make of the fact that just when you think The Washington Post can’t get things any more wrong, they do,” Sanders stated. “That is an outrageous and ridiculous claim.”

“The First Lady lives here at the White House. We see her regularly,” she continued. “And I think that’s something that belongs in tabloid gossip, not on the front pages of The Washington Post.”


“I hope that they’ll do better next time.”

Watch it from 11:20:

WaPo exposing their bias and digging for dirt. Might I suggest they get a shovel and start digging into Obama and Clinton or is that just too difficult for them and beyond their scope of expertise?

I don’t think anyone has had to deal with so much BS from the media like White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders…and I must admit, she handles it very well. Watching her in action is beyond delightful. She makes me smile on several levels!

She is the best example of what we want our daughters to be. Confident. Poised. Composed. Stand up to bullying. Don’t stoop to their level.

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Natalie D.

Natalie D. is an American conservative writer who writes for Supreme Insider and Conservative US, ! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a "constitutional conservative".

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