Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 3:30pm Livestream

Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivers the White House press briefing for Tuesday January 23rd, 2018. Anticipated start time 3:30pm EST

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148 Responses to Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 3:30pm Livestream

  1. Publius2016 says:

    What’s Crazy Acosta and Lyin’ Ryan going to say? “It wasn’t a win because…”. Fake News Media wants everyone on free lunch…

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sentient says:

    She’s warming up punching the heavy bag…

    Liked by 5 people

  3. beach lover says:

    How long will it take the press to ask if Trump still has confidence in Sessions? Wray? Or if he has read the “memo”? (I kinda want to know the answer to that one. LOL)

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  5. fanbeav says:

    BREAKING: Leaked FBI texts implicates Obama’s involvement

    Leaked FBI texts indicate that President Obama was directly involved in the investigation of 2016 Presidential Candidates.

    If true, this is explosive. Take Obama and Valerie Jarrett down!

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Katherine McCoun says:

    Ok, y’all, I can’t watch as I am burning up the phone for Joe Carr in our state senate race to replace Senator Tracy who took an appointment in the Trump administration. So, make sure you post the highlights. I keep the iPad in front of me and update while the phone is ringing so help keep me and others who can’t watch live updated!

    Some dirty politics happening against Mr Carr! Took a phone list to another volunteer today and on the way saw several knocked down signs of Mr Carr’s. That had not been blown down. They had been run over! Tire tracks in the grass and on the signs! And the metal prongs that go into the ground broke clean off! We stopped and fixed them best we could. Good thing my husband makes sure I have a pocket knife and duck tape in the car!😀

    Main reason I can figure that so much money and Dem endorsements are going to Reeves in this primary is that Mr Carr has a fantastic track record re illegal immigration here in TN as well as welfare reform, tax reform and other MAGA issues and actively campaigned and raised funds for President Trump.

    Lesson learned: when putting out road signs put then right next to a street sign but on the inside, away from the road, so harder to hit and run! Sad!

    Liked by 15 people

  7. Greg In The Woods says:

    Sundance seems very busy today …. hehehehehe.
    Looking forward to a little reading later on tonite 😉

    Liked by 12 people

  8. Hotlanta Mike says:

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  9. conservalicious says:

    Lays Potato Chips came out with a new flavor!

    Liked by 12 people

  10. starshollow88 says:

    I haven’t been keeping up the past few days. Can someone tell me what Sundance’s conclusion is on Wray right now?

    I’ve been reading just now that he’s threatened to resign because he didn’t want McCabe fired (?!), that the leak was a fake news canary trap, that people within the agency might be leaking to hurt him and muddy the investigations? Now his CoS is being fired? But he met with Ryan a few weeks ago to try to get him to agree to limit the release of documents. I don’t know what to think of him.


  11. Pam says:

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  12. Ditch Mitch says:

    So what’s it gonna be today folks?

    Pick your hashtag. Personally I like
    #DAVOS Disrupter

    Liked by 3 people

  13. 4beagles says:

    Alawys a pleasure to enjoy an afternoon snack while watching Sarah feast on the press pool.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. 1st Moron up is the dweeb from Playboy with an Econ question — bwahahahaha …

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Dekester says:

    Just watching Fox at the minute.

    My two cents worth. ( likely worth less than.)

    Cohn and McMaster are stellar. So much so that when I flipped to CNN ( just a peek.)

    Jake Flapper stated they were leaving the briefing, but will monitor, guess they didn’t like the message. 😂😂

    They truly are a pitiful entity..

    God bless PDJT

    Liked by 7 people

    • Kaco says:

      Oh, you’ve got to be kidding!

      I am really liking Gary Cohn more and more, he’s got some common sense for a Democrat! He knows Pres Trump built this.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        He’s likely more of a Reagan dem, which is more conservative that todays GOPe.

        He’s all about the economy/ money which tells me he’s fiscally conservative and wants to see this country prosper as much as PDJT.
        If he was in charge of social issues I’d worry but…he’s doing a great job with the economy
        and I think PDJT chose well in this position.

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  16. The press publishes article after article about Cohn and McMaster back stabbing the President but when they are answering press questions they defend our President vigorously.

    Liked by 12 people

    • JC says:

      Yes, Nick. The Operatives drone on and ON in their “liberal thesis ‘questions'”. Both Cohn and McMaster immediately respond with succinct, sensible truth, backing all answers with proof and/or examples. Cohn also offers a bit of entertainment with that irrepressible smirk that he can’t seem to tame. It’s there whether he’s answering or listening to questions and answers directed at others. His bemusement is its own indictment of the inanity; I get it, and I like it.

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  17. April up … 😉 Africa …

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  18. These press morons are completely in over their heads with these two as Nick said above.

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  19. duchess01 says:

    Exercising my eyes – rolling and rolling continuously – what is it they don’t understand about reciprocal? Cannot believe that nitwit asked about ‘America First’ policy –

    The US is pulling back? On what? About what are you talking?

    Oh, no – April – African Leaders – she is race-baiting again – ‘you not being fair to them’ – is that her problem – I am sure she has no idea about what he is talking – guess what – Africa is not a country!

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  20. nimrodman says:

    Mara Laiason’s got bananas around her neck.

    CNN: “They might even say banana, banana, banana !!!”

    Liked by 5 people

  21. nimrodman says:

    Geez, these guys are great.

    They just steamroll over any grenades the presstitutes toss out, they totally don’t take the bait on any of the “racist remarks” or “anti-this or anti-that” or “does this show the President’s weakness on the world stage” mischaracterizations of the President.

    Both spin out stream of logic replies that are several paragraphs long without pause or “umm”s or other verbal tics.

    Love it.

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  22. Schumer brought immigration into the budgeting process. Perhaps Republicans should follow this lead.

    It seems to me a smart way to pass immigration reform would be to do so with reconciliation.

    Follow me here – force the CBO to score the budgetary impact of various immigration reforms. Any budgetary improvement over the status quo should be passable via reconciliation. As we know, illegal immigration, chain migration, and the diversity lottery result in high budgetary costs (lots of people who end up on the dole, crime, et cetera). Merit based immigration would bring in net payers into the system – skilled workers will pay more into the system than they cost.

    Tying immigration policy to the budgeting process would make it much harder to reverse any such changes – if we scored the economic impact, it would be very hard to reverse merit based immigration in favor of a return to the current non-merit system, even if Democrats regain the House/Senate.

    This bill could also include a wall. If illegal immigration is expensive, and the cost of a wall is less than the 10 year cost of the illegal immigration it prevents, then a wall should have a net positive impact.

    This process could be a little complicated, as we haven’t historically thought of immigration in these terms, but given the very real budgetary impact of immigration, it’s likely a viable avenue that would be inherently difficult to reverse.

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  23. duchess01 says:

    DACA…DACA…DACA – they cannot leave immigration alone – obviously, the Schmucky Shutdown Failure shook them to the core – just as with the ‘Russian Ruse’ – they cannot let it go –

    They are not ”Dreamers’ – they are ‘Illegals’ – DACA needs to end before we can have Immigration Reform – the three prongs of the deal are spelled out – nothing more is needed!

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  24. Did anyone else notice Miss Piggy sitting in the middle of the room looking like a toddler who is peeing on itself and knows that it shouldn’t?

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  25. Ditch Mitch says:

    Gotta love FBN “After the Bell” with Frances and Asman. As soon as the presser ended Asman jumps right in and says Cohan and McMasters were not taking it from the press (post slip he called the press fools).

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  26. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    IMHO – That was a Killer Press Briefing!

    Liked by 6 people

  27. duchess01 says:

    Oh, I am so glad that is over – enjoyed the first half – the p-pool don’t understand enough about what they are talking to ask questions – but, they get idiotic when it comes to questioning Sarah – she is very good with children but, it is very difficult to listen to their dumb questions – * Sigh *

    How hard – how much confidence – to what degree – do we need a meter to gauge the President’s ‘Feelings’ about certain topics and/or issues? They really have a difficult time formulating intelligent questions – it is difficult to listen to them babbling about nothing important – Sarah is a Saint!

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      After Mulvaney Short then Cohen and McMasters, the press are no match. The press are forced to stay on topic and get beaten down by the intelligentsia known as the Trump Administration. I will call this the informative part of the PC and should occur every PC, maybe with a different tag team every PC

      Sarah; however, gets to host the daily free-for-all. Sarah does a great job of swatting away all the arrows. I call this PC comedy central and should stay under 15 minutes.

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  28. cboldt says:

    Closing Q on Trump signing off on declassifying the “4 page memo.” Sanders answered that Trump need not be involved in that process.

    Liked by 5 people

  29. Tonawanda says:

    Fake News knows that the “chaos” Narrative is fraudulent. This press conference proved how focused the Trump administration is.

    Oh well, it took two years before the country understood how false and malicious was the Fake News drumbeat that Reagan was a dummy.

    Liked by 6 people

  30. Summer says:

    Folks, am I the only one here who was impressed with Gary Cohn’s (and to a slightly lesser degree with McMaster’s) performance today?

    Liked by 3 people

    • The Boss says:

      McMaster laid an A-One ass-whipping on that little snot whose question was premised on the false narrative that President Trump has been silent about human rights. An when he was done schooling that little dork, McMaster thanked him for the question!

      Liked by 7 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      I was smiling the whole way through. COMPETENCE! People who understand business and the economy! And I also love how they swatted the fake news crackpots.


  31. zimbalistjunior says:

    So, reading between the lines, it seems to me that the Release the Memo 19 days threat is being held over Mueller’s head so that he will wrap up the probe ASAP.
    Meaning that if Mueller does this last interview with the Pres and confines his inquiries to the pathetic obstruction line , which Pres will skate through, and ends this probe charade, then Nunes will fulfill the bargain by stating some bs that due to natl security blah blah he cant release the memo.
    and the whole thing will go away.Justice denied. Swamp not properly drained.
    Obviously, we hope this does not happen.

    The twist would be that the President gets all he wants, and then a week later, ‘reneges’ on the deal and screws the swamp anyway by releasing the memo plus plus plus.

    Sundance, am I off?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Publius2016 says:

      Would be so great to have our President tweet his responses to the “Special Counsel” that way, they couldn’t lie and leak anything!


    • mimbler says:

      Hmm, could be; but I don’t see anything about the memo that would greatly concern Mueller.
      From what I can tell, it is about things that happened while Mueller was not in the government.
      Now, it removes the reason for the SC being formed, but Mueller doesn’t care about that. He’s gone far beyond the Russian collusion already.


  32. nimrodman says:

    Count me in. Great speaker, commanding presence. Libs be crumblin’.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Pam says:

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  34. Michelle says:

    No wonder liberals hate this administration. Liberals are so self hating, insecure and unhappy, that they can’t stand happy, secure, confident people who clearly are smart and good at their job and really enjoying themselves, such as Trump, Cohen and McMasters (and many others).

    I wonder if the press has any idea how dumb they look, asking their clueless questions while they try to sound smart and morally superior.


  35. thinkthinkthink says:

    God Bless our Amazing Press Secretary!


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