CNN’S APRIL RYAN was trying to get in a couple zingers during a White House press conference today. Sarah Sanders wasn’t having it! She gave an epic comeback to April:
“With all due respect you actually don’t know that much about me in terms of what I feel and what I don’t… I think we’re done here.”
I think we’re done here….BOOM! GOOOO SARAH!
PARIS DENNARD RECOGNIZED THE AWESOMENESS OF THE MOMENT:
The next time someone tries to tell me about me I will just respond like Sarah did today in the Press Briefing: “Well, with all due respect, you actually don’t know much about me in terms of what I feel, and what I don’t, Okay, I think we’re done here.”
The next time someone tries to tell me about me I will just respond like Sarah did today in the Press Briefing:
“Well, with all due respect, you actually don’t know much about me in terms of what I feel, and what I don’t, Okay, I think we’re done here.”
— PARIS (@PARISDENNARD) May 3, 2018
Sarah Sanders has had it with the press. Especially after the disastrous WHCD where comedian Michelle Wolf insulted Sanders.
This is why we think Sarah is a warrior and a great example for women! Go Sarah!
ONE PREVIOUS REPORT ON A RECENT SARAH TAKEDOWN:
Sarah Sanders said Tuesday that the administration makes a habit of not being concerned about anything the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee does or says…She didn’t skip a beat when asked by a reporter whether the White House was concerned about Schiff’s opinion on the leaked questions. Watch this awesome response:
“Is the White House concerned, as Congressman Adam Schiff has said, that so many of the questions point to obstruction of justice?” Daily Mail’s Chambers asked.
“We here at the White House try never to be concerned with anything dealing with Adam Schiff,” Sanders replied, moving on to another reporter’s question…BOOM!
Asked about special counsel Robert Mueller’s questions for President Donald Trump that leaked Tuesday, Sanders said she was not able to comment on the matter. Daily Mail reporter Francesca Chambers specifically asked about a charge that the White House was behind the leak, and Sanders referred her to Trump’s outside counsel for anything involving the investigation.
“I can’t comment on anything regarding those questions, and I would refer you to the president’s outside counsel,” Sanders said.
Chambers specified she was asking about the possibility of White House involvement, but Sanders said the matter was specific to the president and again referred her to the president’s counsel. Chambers then asked whether the White House was concerned about Rep. Adam Schiff’s (D., Calif.) opinion that Mueller’s leaked questions indicate a focus on obstruction of justice.
Schiff has for months alleged there is “damning” evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia and obstruction of justice, despite the lack of proof. He claims Republicans are preventing the matter from being investigated fully.