CBS report: Sarah Huckabee Sanders planning to depart the White House

17 June, 2018, 03:04 | Author: Genevieve Gibbs
  • Report: Sarah Sanders and Raj Shah planning to leave White House

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At this point, Sanders took another lap through her talking points, prompting Karem to bust in. "The United States, on the other hand, goes to extraordinary lengths to protect them while the parents go through a short detention period". Karem responded to Sanders as she attempted to shift the questioning to another reporter, saying: "You're a parent, don't you have any empathy?"

Sanders was at her daughter's school event when the CBS report came out.

"Brian, God, settle down".

The flip side of that is that obviously we're not going to get anyone better than Sarah Huckabee Sanders, so whoever comes in is either going to be on her level, or much, much worse than she actually is.

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Karem: "These people have nothing".

"I know you want to get more TV time", Sanders replied. They come to the border with nothing and you throw children in cages. The law, passed in 2008 when Democrats controlled the House and signed by Republican then-President George W. Bush, doesn't deal with children who are illegally crossing the border with their parents but with children who are illegally crossing alone.

Sanders stood stern, moving on to the next question - which was about Russian Federation.

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"You're a parent, don't you have any empathy?" another reporter interjected. How hard is that?

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The reason people are calling for an end to the White House briefing is exactly because of stunts such as this.

CBS News is reporting that Sanders and Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah are both planning to call it quits. Sanders and Shah declined to comment for the story, but Sanders tweeted a response to it on Thursday.

"So she unequivocally denies she's leaving her job", he said.

"In terms of personnel announcements, I don't have any to make", Sanders said.

"Our administration has had the same position since we started on day one that we were going to enforce the law", she said. I'm glad to work for the president. She told her followers, Does @CBSNEWS know something I don't about my plans and my future? However, she did not address the accuracy of the report. In a separate tweet, Karem pointed out Sanders' hypocrisy.

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