Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – July 31st, 3:45pm

Against the backdrop of White House Communciations Director Anthony Scaramucci being fired, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivers the White House press briefing for Monday July 31st.

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232 Responses to Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – July 31st, 3:45pm

  1. sobriquet4u says:

    Stay focused on President Trump. I can’t help but think how many of those who work around him are “infected” with the dirt of Deep State. Who can this man trust? All of these distractions are like “hitting the pause button”. I refused to take my eye off of him or my faith and I hope Gen. Kelly bitch slaps a few more.

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  2. npsrangerman says:

    “Gen. Kelly bitch slaps a few more…”

    I’ll second that and no mistake…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sarah is really good…I like that the first thing she did was to point out how the press wasted their time by asking the same question over and over. Love how she just walks off at the end as they continue to babble out their talking points…great job!

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    • AM says:

      She has the patience of a saint. I was grimacing through that field of idiotic questions.

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      • pam2246 says:

        Mike Huckabee: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Can Handle WH Reporters – She’s Used to Dealing With 3 Yr-Olds

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        • Esther says:

          I want to comment on the fake news regarding POTUD speech on police putting criminals into cars.
          How is the press able to call that abuse? All POTUS said was it is not necessary to put your hand over their head! The police are not throwing criminals into the car, they open the door and let them sit inside. Saying that a police need not protect their head in the off chance it might hit the car door is a far cry from advocating police brutality!


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