One of the worst presidential spokespersons of press secretary fame has decided to give it the old heave ho. She might as well because Sarah Huckabee Sanders hasn't held a press conference since March.
Apparently she doesn't want to take questions about her interview with Robert Muller when she admitted she didn't tell the truth about some of her reporting during the press conferences.
Trump said she should run for Governor of Arkansas. What do you think about her?
I think I won't miss her dead eyes and monotone delivery of lie after lie for her disgusting boss. Please, let Kellyanne be next.
“No, I’m not going to fire her. I think she’s a terrific person,” Trump said during a call-in interview on “Fox & Friends.”
The president’s comments came one day after the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) publicly said Conway should be removed from office, calling her a “repeat offender” who has flouted the law barring federal employees from engaging in political activity in their official duties.
A 17-page report submitted to the White House found that Conway violated the law in more than half a dozen television interviews and tweets by “disparaging Democratic presidential candidates while speaking in her official capacity.”
Trump has no regard for the law. He only values what he believes helps him personally.
The same for his voters, Pretty. You can see by those defending anything he does, whether legally or not, especially on these forum threads. Surprised they're not here defending Little Lulu...
Sarah was good at her job. Unlike Sean Spicer, who.looked uncomfortable spouting Trump's ridiculous lies, Sarah smoothly covered for and lied for her boss, with nary a spark of decency or humanity. She must've had one helluva upbringing.
"Little Lulu"? Is Pres. Trump rubbing off on you?
Ding Dong, the witch is dead!!! But we have one more witch to go. Her name is Kellyanne. It's just a matter of time and she will melt as well.
Right after she announced that she was leaving, I got on Facebook to see what my fellow Arkansans were saying. They were unanimous in saying that "we don't want her!" As CNN pointed out, we have nearly three more years of Governor Hutchinson before she can run anyway. That is, if he lasts that long. Right now I believe there are criminal charges pending against his nephew in the state legislature. So far neither the Governor nor the rest of his family have been implicated. The Baptists elected Sarah's father as governor, but I don't know if the Baptists would vote her in. After all, she's a woman, and they believe women should be submissive to their men. (Governor Mike Huckabee had been president of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention before becoming governor.)
In a recent interview Sanders said she wanted to be remembered for her "transparency and honesty" in her role as press secretary.
I'll bet she does.....
I saw that on the news this morning. I can't repeat what my husband said when he heard that, but I would like to ask all Americans: is this the new standard you want for public servants in this country? Think about it.
A lying press secretary, aides who break laws with no consequences, an attorney general who protects the president and not the people, and on and on.
Trump's base loves it when he lies, so it's only natural those he hired lies as well.
You'd be surprised at how many of his fans claim he never lies....
That disgusts me so. I'm beginning to think there is a "Trump gene" because it seems to run in families. Some people with college educations still make excuses for him, and these are people with nothing to gain.
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by Holle Abee 10 years ago
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by jormins 13 years ago
It was a bad new/ good news scene for me yesterday. I find out the famous Obama girl didn't even bother to vote on Super Tuesday, but in finding this out I found a gem showing why we should get Hucklebee into the White House. You won't even remember Obama girl after Huckabee Girl.this link...
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Thats a great idea...if you want 4 more years of Obama......
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