Sarah Huckabee Sanders doesn’t care if the media is out to get her. When attacked, she focuses on GOD — something the media seriously needs.
This week, The Washington Post ran a story called “How Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sees The World.” The tone is entirely predictable for the left-wing paper.
At the beginning, they use a quote from SNL‘s version of Sanders to describe the press secretary.
“I’m no-nonsense,” says SNL’s Sanders, “but I’m all nonsense.”
Then, later in the article, the author echoes sentiments that fellow Christians “would be likely to raise eyebrows about a mother of young children taking such a high-powered, round-the-clock job.”
Their backward view of Sanders’ religion is ironic, considering the qoute Sanders gave them for the article.
“If someone says something about another faith, particularly liberals come to their defense in a raging motion, but if someone attacks a Christian, it’s perfectly fine. At some point, we became a culture that said that was okay.”
When the paper turned their attention toward Donald Trump’s White House behavior, Sanders’ quote speaks volumes about her respect for the Lord — and her disdain for media drama.
“As a person of faith, I think we all have one perfect role model. And when I’m asked that question, I point to God. I point to my faith. And that’s where I always tell my kids to look.”
When attacked, Sarah Sanders keeps it CLASSY. The media could learn a thing or two about her grace, but they’re too blind to see when they’ve been schooled by a pro.
Liberals may hate it, but Sanders’ focus on faith needs to be encouraged!
After Liberals Step Over the Line Insulting Trump, Sarah Huckabee Gives Them a BRUTAL Reality Check
Sarah Huckabee Sanders held an on-camera press briefing today where she took questions from hostile reporters on everything from the NFL to feuds with Senators, to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
As usual, Sarah held her own against these vultures and remained polite and calm in the face of the mainstream media’s hatred of the Trump administration.
One of the recurring questions was about President Trump’s supposed feud with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his comments earlier today where he told Forbes his solution for settling the debate about whether Tillerson called Trump a “moron.”
Sanders shut these reporters down who are trying to make a mountain out of a mole hill and sensationalizing fake news for clicks.
“He wasn’t questioning the Secretary of State’s intelligence. He made a joke. Maybe you guys should get a sense of humor and try it sometime.”
These reporters are wasting Americans’ time with these ridiculous questions. Real people who go to work every day to feed their families do not care who the President likes. They care what the president is doing for them and their families.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House deputy press secretary, has gained prominence in recent months as she’s taken on more public-facing duties on President Donald Trump’s communications team.
And with White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation on Friday, she could be next in line for his job.
Unlike many of the president’s top aides, Sanders was bred in politics. She’s the daughter of former Arkansas governor and two-time presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, and she served as field director for her father’s 2002 gubernatorial reelection campaign, was the national political director for his 2008 presidential campaign, and headed his 2016 presidential bid.
“I always say that when most kids are seven or eight years old out jumping rope, she was sitting at the kitchen table listening to [political commentators] analyze poll results,” Mike Huckabee told Fox News in May.
Her work on several Republican politicians’ campaigns landed her on Time’s 40 Under 40 listin 2010, alongside other top political minds, including Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Nick Ayers, who was selected this week to be Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff. In her Time interview, Sanders called her father her political “inspiration,” and praised President Barack Obama for addressing what she said was the most overlooked issue facing the nation: kids who are “victims of broken families.”