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.
During Monday’s press briefing, one White House reporter asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders’ if it is “a civil policy” to separate children from their parents at the border.
Sanders begin the briefing by denouncing calls by Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters to harass Trump officials. However, the reporter twisted Sander’s calls for civility and asked Sanders:
“You began the briefing talking about the importance of civility. Do you consider it a civil policy to separate more than 2,000 children from their parents?” the reporter asked.
Of course, why would any of them be responsible for their own behavior or code of conduct, of course, it’s someone else’s fault…
Sanders didn’t take the bait, responding: “We consider enforcing the law the role that the administration has to play.”
“It wasn’t our administration that created these laws but it is our administration’s job to enforce it and we’ve done that,” she added. “If someone breaks the law, it is our job to enforce it. If somebody doesn’t like the law, then they need to lobby Congress and ask them to change it.”
Watch it from 09:10
When will these reporters ever learn, Sarah is ready, willing and able to address and take them down. As always, great job Sarah.
Loved her response there. Too bad the reporters don’t seem to understand that it is the responsibility of CONGRESS to pass laws, not the President by executive order. How many times did she have to reiterate it? I lost count.
What do you think of Sarah Sanders’s respond?
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