Here’s a takeoff on Sarah Sanders taming the White House Press. The job is too easy for her, as we can see in this Bad Lip Reading version of a White House press briefing:

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You have to give it to Sarah Sanders for a great job fielding ridiculous questions from the press today.  They were like hungry wolves trying to get one salacious soundbite for the evening news. They’re sickening!

Sanders shot back that it’s a “ridiculous accusation” to say President Trump had ever lied to the American people over the payments his attorney Michael Cohen made during the 2016 campaign. Please see Mark Levin’s commentary below about the Cohen case…it’s spot on!

WFB reported on the back and forth between Sanders and the press:

“Did President Trump commit a crime?” ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega asked Sanders at Wednesday’s briefing.

“As the president’s said, we’ve stated many times he did nothing wrong. There are no charges against him, and we’ve commented on this extensively,” Sanders said.

“Then why not report these payments?” Vega asked.

“Again, I’m not going to get into the back-and-forth details,” Sanders said. “I can tell you, as the president has stated on numerous occasions, he did nothing wrong. There are no charges against him in this. Just because Michael Cohen made a plea deal doesn’t mean that implicates the president on anything.”

“Can you stand here today and say the president has never lied to the American people?” Vega asked. “Because so many people now look back at that tape of him on Air Force One, saying he knew nothing about those payments, when in fact we now know he knew everything about these payments. So has he lied?”

“I think that’s a ridiculous accusation,” Sanders said. “The president in this matter has done nothing wrong, and there are no charges against him.”

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