Notice in the exchange below that the reporters have a cohesive message saying President Trump calling Senator Warren Pocahontas is a “racial slur”. They think we’ll buy into their effort to make this is a “slur” if they say it often enough…They’re trying to hijack the narrative by repeating an untruth as fact…Nice Alynsky tactic by the press…

Watch how Sarah Sanders turns it all around and asks why no one is asking why Warren lied about being Native American…Another great job by Sarah!

Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Monday it is “ridiculous” for Senator Warren to consider “Pocahontas” to be a racial slur…

Sanders was responding to a question about whether it was offensive for President Donald Trump to use the nickname during a White House event honoring World War II code talkers. A reporter said the comment was “offensive to many,” but Sanders turned the issue back to Warren’s unsubstantiated claim to Native American heritage.

“I think what most people find offensive is Senator Warren lying about her heritage to advance her career.” – BOOM!

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Another reporter brought up Warren saying on MSNBC, just before the press conference began, that Trump’s nickname constitutes a racial slur.  “I think that is a ridiculous response,” Sanders answered.

 Another reporter then asked about whether Trump’s comment shows a lack of decency toward Navajo code talkers who were being honored.

“I think the president certainly finds an extreme amount of value and respect for these individuals, which is why he invited them to come to the White House and spent time with them in recognizing and honoring them today,” Sanders replied.

“He invited them here at the White House today to meet with them and to also remind everybody about what a historic role that they played many years ago.”

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