Sarah Huckabee Sanders Paves the Path for All Working Women, But There’s Another Side to Her We Don’t Often See [VIDEO]

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is not only a remarkable politician, she is one of the few decent human beings left fighting the liberal world.

Her main mission remained to be protecting the president and his interests and shutting down each and every sneaky liberal attempt to cause turbulence within the White House.

“I’ve been around press and worked in politics my entire life, and I’ve never experienced the kind of hostility that I think we see day to day,” Sanders told Fox News host Dana Perino.

Sanders, whose father is former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, recently spoke about remarks made by New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush, who believes the Trump-media intolerance is simply “overstated.”

However, Sanders pointed out that President Trump is not the media’s favorite, which can be easily seen at almost every press briefing she leads in the White House.

Thrush, interestingly enough, was neither fired nor sanctioned for having communicated with Podesta in secret, which is not only a moral violation but a violation of the journalist etiquette as well.

 

Moving on to CNN, we have Jim Acosta, one of Trump’s sworn nemesis, alongside “Humpty-Dumpty” Brian Stelter, and CNN contributor April Ryan, who never has her economics facts in check.

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Looking over at MSNBC, we found Rachel Maddow who, honest to God, had her fair share of anti-Trump rants, and most recently blamed Trump for the failed military mission in Niger. This caused massive backlash afterward, with even liberals dismissing the claims as “crazy.”

Sanders, on the other hand, is in a league of her own, as she is the first mother to serve as White House press secretary. The media don’t seem to care about the feministic point of view in this case, but wasn’t that one of the things they were fighting about? Dana Perino took a special interest in how Sanders is making it all work.

“You are the first working mother to ever have this job,” Perino said. “We know that you’re working 24/7. So how do you balance it all?”

“One of the biggest things is the moments I do have with my kids, I have to be really present. I try to put my phone away and fully focus on the time that I have with them and try to block out a specific time,” Sanders responded.

Sarah also mentioned a husband, Bryan Sanders, for holding down the fort while she was busy clearing America and trump’s name:

“I’ve always said if I ever walk into the building and I’m not in awe of being here, then I’ve been here too long and it’s time to go,” Sanders said.

“Thankfully, I still feel a sense of reverence every time I step into the building, certainly every time I step into the briefing room. And I hope I never lose that.”

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is not only a remarkable politician, she is one of the few decent human beings left fighting the liberal world.

Her main mission remained to be protecting the president and his interests and shutting down each and every sneaky liberal attempt to cause turbulence within the White House.

“I’ve been around press and worked in politics my entire life, and I’ve never experienced the kind of hostility that I think we see day to day,” Sanders told Fox News host Dana Perino.

Sanders, whose father is former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, recently spoke about remarks made by New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush, who believes the Trump-media intolerance is simply “overstated.”

However, Sanders pointed out that President Trump is not the media’s favorite, which can be easily seen at almost every press briefing she leads in the White House.

Thrush, interestingly enough, was neither fired nor sanctioned for having communicated with Podesta in secret, which is not only a moral violation but a violation of the journalist etiquette as well.

 

Moving on to CNN, we have Jim Acosta, one of Trump’s sworn nemesis, alongside “Humpty-Dumpty” Brian Stelter, and CNN contributor April Ryan, who never has her economics facts in check.

View image on Twitter
Looking over at MSNBC, we found Rachel Maddow who, honest to God, had her fair share of anti-Trump rants, and most recently blamed Trump for the failed military mission in Niger. This caused massive backlash afterward, with even liberals dismissing the claims as “crazy.”

Sanders, on the other hand, is in a league of her own, as she is the first mother to serve as White House press secretary. The media don’t seem to care about the feministic point of view in this case, but wasn’t that one of the things they were fighting about? Dana Perino took a special interest in how Sanders is making it all work.

“You are the first working mother to ever have this job,” Perino said. “We know that you’re working 24/7. So how do you balance it all?”

“One of the biggest things is the moments I do have with my kids, I have to be really present. I try to put my phone away and fully focus on the time that I have with them and try to block out a specific time,” Sanders responded.

Sarah also mentioned a husband, Bryan Sanders, for holding down the fort while she was busy clearing America and trump’s name:

“I’ve always said if I ever walk into the building and I’m not in awe of being here, then I’ve been here too long and it’s time to go,” Sanders said. “Thankfully, I still feel a sense of reverence every time I step into the building, certainly every time I step into the briefing room. And I hope I never lose that.”

source: http://theconservativefighters.com

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