Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream

Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivers the White House press briefing for Tuesday February 27th – anticipated start time 2:00pm EST

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95 Responses to Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream

  1. Ha Ha – first question is about Russia

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  2. georgiafl says:

    In case your YouTube keeps shutting down or losing sound, here is CSPAN:

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?441809-1/sarah-sanders-briefs-reporters-white-house&live

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  3. tuskyou says:

    Will have more specific policy on guns/school safety later this week. Ongoing discussions…

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    • wondering999 says:

      Not one of the reporters asked if it’s a good idea to “mainstream” a student in a 3000-student high school if that student has a long history of threats, has threatened to shoot his own mother and disrupted classes regularly

      Personally I think it defies common sense to keep a violently disturbed individual, disturbed at that level in what should be a peaceful, productive learning environment. Why does it not occur to any of them to ask about mental health policies in schools?

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  4. beach lover says:

    Wait.. did I hear correctly? Sarah just announced Sessions will hand out indictments on FISA abuses?

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    • beach lover says:

      Sorry. the term was ‘open an investigation into FISA abuses”

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      • cboldt says:

        Sessions mentioned the existence of an investigation into FISA warrant issues (reference was Nunes memo, so Page warrant) in an interview with Maria Bartiromo, on February 17, 2018. Old news as far as I know.

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        • Truthfilter says:

          I dont remember it that way.
          IIRC, Sessions only reassured Maria B. about the ongoing IG investigation and how FISA abuse would not be tolerated if found.

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          • cboldt says:

            Compare for yourself …
            Sessions Makes New Opioid Policy Announcement – Feb. 27, 2018 [see at 38:00]

            We believe the Department of Justice must adhere to the high standards in the FISA court, yes it will be investigated. And I think that’s just the appropriate thing the inspector general will take that as one of the matters he’ll deal with.

            Bartiromo Interview – Feb 17, 2018

            Let me tell you, every FISA warrant based on facts submitted to that court have to be accurate. That will be investigated and looked at, and we are not going to participate as a Department of Justice in providing anything less than a proper disclosure to the court before they issue a FISA warrant. Other than that, I’m not going to talk about the details of it, but I tell you, we’re not going to let that happen.

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  5. tuskyou says:

    Asking about Delta/NRA in Georgia. “Administration is focused on school safety-we’re not getting into sidebar issues” .

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  6. Pam says:

    Well, it’s about time!

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    • georgiafl says:

      I’d be willing to bet the investigation has been going on for quite some time – esp. by the IG.

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    • cboldt says:

      Feb 18, Maria Bartiromo: Are you, sir, investigating the fact that the FBI used the dossier to get a wiretap against Trump associates and they did not tell the FISA court that the Democrats and [the] Hillary Clinton [campaign] paid for the dossier?”
      AG Sessions: Let me tell you, every FISA warrant based on facts submitted to that court [has] to be accurate.
      That will be investigated and looked at, and we are not going to participate as a Department of Justice in providing anything less than a proper disclosure to the court before they issue a FISA warrant. Other than that, I’m not going to talk about the details of it, but I tell you, we’re not going to let that happen.

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    • lav48erne says:

      Do not hold.your breath with the incompetent of sessions. Still believe sessions is a part of the deep state

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      • Rudy Bowen says:

        ….and it must be repeated that you believe that, over and over. Why is that, I wonder.

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        • kroesus says:

          it is Sessions Derangement Syndrome (SDS) and we have a number suffering its effects who regularly post their dissatisfaction that the AG fails to take their advice, keep them updated or move at a speed that would keep them happy

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  7. georgiafl says:

    Margaret Brennan sure looked peaked today as we say in the South.

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  8. tampa2 says:

    Perfect reason for once per week Press Conferences. Only one question about FISA?

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  9. Pam says:

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  10. TheWanderingStar says:

    The constant repeating or rewording of questions and constant follow ups on already asked questions is simply the press herd’s way of trying to set the optic that the administration is trying to evade in some way the answering of the herd’s bellows.

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  11. fanbeav says:

    BREAKING: The Justice Department Is Going After The Obama Administration!

    http://redstatewatcher.com/article.asp?id=119504

    This better be tied to indictments and not just kabuki theater!

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  12. Truthfilter says:

    I greatly, greatly dislike these people with every fiber of my being.

    Snarky Male journalist: Speaker Ryan doesn’t support arming teachers. How will POTUS get legislation through Congress regarding arming teachers if Speaker Ryan doesn’t support it?

    My answer as yelled from my sofa toward my television: There isn’t going to be any legislation about arming teachers for Speaker Ryan to oppose, you retarded imbecile. At the governors’ listening session (where you apparently were NOT listening), President Trump clearly stated that all school safety measures such as decisions to arm teachers would have to be decided at the state and local levels. He further reassured the governors that all plans would receive federal support. Now hand over your press badge and get the hell out of here.

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  13. fleporeblog says:

    The WHORES are realizing that “Muh Russia” has literally gone up in smoke. What the hell are the going to do for the next 7 years. Not one of them had the courage to inquire about our President’s reelection bid. The last thing in the world they want their MORONS to know is that impeachment is LONG gone!

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    • Yes, and this predicament they find themselves in is precisely one of the reasons I’m having so much fun! 😛

      After 2 years of calling the President “literally Hitler” and “a Russian puppet”, along with demonizing his policies and his supporters

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    • [Oops, sorry for the premature send.]

      … the President is taking up many of their own issues with common sense solutions (finally addressing DACA, bump-stock regulation, higher minimum wage through tax cuts, etc.) that, due to their 2 years of name-calling, they are forced to oppose. It’s glorious! He has effectively eliminated their ability to run on their own platform… and it’s only February!

      All they have is “Trump is evil”, and a load of debt… November is going to be a blast! 😉

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  14. Ditch Mitch says:

    Well it looks like the one day kumbaya between Sarah and the prestitutes is over.

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  15. Paco Loco says:

    The MSM will eventually run out of hit/hate pieces and some will actually start reporting on all of the good news. When the indictments finally come down on the Obama minions, it will be greeted by the sound of crickets by these low life’s. Eventually the cows will come home and the chickens will roost in these poor bastards heads.

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    • Orygun says:

      At some point we have to realize that even though these “news” organizations have different names they seem to have the same owners/directors. It has become a monopoly of our news sources and needs to be broken up.

      It is no longer news if we get the same slanted “reporting” from all the alphabet agencies but instead needs to be called what it is “propaganda”. They need to be cleaned out or re-assembled like most of our government agencies.

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  16. Ditch Mitch says:

    Not one question on the Supreme Court deferring DACA challenge to go through the appeals process. Nor one question on SC decision on immigrants eligible for bail:

    http://www.oann.com/justices-vote-immigrants-can-be-detained-indefinitely-without-bond/

    Question on 5 March DACA deadline. No more DACA applications accepted, continue to deport violators of DACA agreements (e.g., convicted felons).

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  17. Donna in Oregon says:

    Trivial pursuit.

    Move the WH Press Corp across the street.
    No more cameras.

    Please.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      or move the press room entirely out of the White House, freeing up space for work needed for executive function – put the press room in the “Old Executive Office Building” (Eisenhower) or somewhere – make it nice and roomy, it looks so claustrophobic and uncomfortable – it sure doesn’t look like the nice press room they had in “Seven Days In May” – plus it would be good to see all the ladies and gentlemen of the press comporting themselves with greater dignity and intelligence. Maybe they aren’t getting enough oxygen in that little room – really!

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  18. Paco Loco says:

    They are uninterested in anything other than the MSM “meme of the week”. This is not news gathering, it’s theater.

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. simicharmed says:

    I hope the White House has a future plan for these Press Briefings, They are historically designed to provide the public necessary information gathered from the “Free Press”; unfortunately, they have become a circus act of DNC Propagandist, performing for their snowflake audience! Asking the the same question 18 different ways throughout 95% of the Briefing. Rarely is ANY question asked about the business of OUR Nation! This current setup is actually a waste of time for the majority of the public.

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  21. HankM says:

    Despite Karl’s obvious acting and histrionics, I’m wondering about White Hat Rogers’ testimony under oath that he has not received the authority from Trump for US Cyber Command to more effectively battle Russian and other foreign attacks. Director Rogers’ stated:

    “The challenge for us is right now we have this thing called the law and the legal framework shapes what DOD can and cannot do.”

    Nelson replies, “What do you need as the commander to say go after and punish these guys that are trying to tear apart our critical infrastructure?”

    Rogers’ replies, “I need a policy decision that indicates that there’s specific direction to do that. The secretary [of defense] would ultimately make a recommendation to the president… and then based on that, we’d be given specific direction and specific authority.”
    “So you need a direction and specific authority from the White House?” Nelson remarked.
    “The president ultimately would make this decision,” Rogers stated.

    Is Karl’s reaction, the typical disingenuous hissy fit or is Rogers actually frustrated by a lack of direction from Trump or is it something else? If it’s the 2nd option, it’s not a positive sign of optimal co-ordination fighting cyber attacks.

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    • cboldt says:

      What is NSA role? What can NSA do to “prevent a Russian from participating in US free press environment?”
      NSA role in protecting infrastructure is largely educational, not offensive. It is the premier cryptography and information protection house, in addition to being the agency that obtains and warehouses the wholesale snooping of the internet and POTS.
      I took Roger’s answer as one that is academically and technically correct, “we will do what we are ordered to do.” But the inquiry neglets to account for his capability. One does not order the cavalry to fire ICBM’s – such an order would be nonsense. So would an order to “stop the Russians from meddling” be nonsense.

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      • HankM says:

        Good points but “National Security Directive (NSD) 42 authorizes NSA to secure National Security Systems, (and others) which includes systems that handle classified information or are otherwise critical to military or intelligence activities.”
        It’s site also claims information is power and can provide an advantage over an enemy.
        Prioritizing their limited activities and deciding which countries are America’s worst enemies to investigate and protect against is an Executive decision so I’m still wondering if Rogers feels his directives from the WH are not as clear or informed as he would like.

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        • cboldt says:

          You are obviously intelligent. You visited the NSA website, for example. So, hypothetically, what in the scope of NSA competence could amount to “go out and punish the Russians”?
          Nelson’s question is as kooky as concern Guam might tip over if we put too many people on one side or the other.

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        • Doesn’t Adm Rogers wear multiple hats? He is Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) and also Chief of the Central Security Service (CSS) in addition to the Director of the NSA. Could it be he is waiting on direction for one his other departments?

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    • rick says:

      Hank M, let’s dismiss Karl right off the bat. Forget him. But there is one thing you may not have considered; your comment gives no indication of it. It’s not Rogers being frustrated with the WH, it’s Rogers explaining how it works (or should work). Rogers is the real deal, a straight up man, a well qualified leader in his own right.

      Rogers is saying, look, this is how it should be done, no matter how it has been gotten in the past, this is how WE will do it, properly and in accordance to codified law. This is what is expected of us from the people and from ourselves.

      That is real leadership.

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  22. HankM says:

    Has anyone else noticed that the changes to Whitehouse.gov have made it very difficult to access recent videos like Super Sarah’s press briefings etc. It has become a useless site for me and I can usually navigate sites without a problem. Maybe it’s just me.
    One positive about the ill advised changes to the WH site is that CTH became an even more useful site than it already was to visit and watch press briefings.

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  23. wondering999 says:

    Agree about the obstruction of the President’s appointments not being in the best interests of our country. I’m sure everybody else can see that!

    Yesterday (Feb 26) was watching Chinese television, CCTV-4. I’m trying to learn a bit of Mandarin, it’s slow going but love the challenge. CCTV-4 featured a broadcast addressing whether the United States and Russia will get into a nuclear war.

    According to the subtitles (which I can’t do without) the Chinese moderator seemed to understand that the Democrat accusations of Russian collusion are bogus — everyone else in the world can see this except for our delusional Democrat citizens?!

    The Chinese moderator mentioned trilliions of U.S. debt; claimed that Russia has more nuclear weapons than the U.S. does at this point (don’t know if this is true, disturbing); U.S. President Trump is opposed by Congress that seems to want conflict with Russia; and Trump cannot actually negotiate well with Russia, even if Trump wants to, because of obstruction by Congress!

    I’m Independent, neither Democrat nor Republican, sick of sedition. China’s Xi has been given so much power in China — is it because the Chinese leaders are watching and learning from our situation, and don’t want to experience the weakness resulting from a political party being unwilling to hand over the reins of power in a peaceful transition?

    President Trump has managed to do an incredible job even while understaffed. Anyway Ms. Huckabee Sanders, thank you for your contribution to MAGA

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  24. covfefe999 says:

    Sarah is just too awesome. She’s unflappable! And she’s also incredibly well-prepared. I hope she stays in that position for the remainder of Trump’s two terms. 🙂

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  25. Doc Moore says:

    Transparency is one thing, National Security and Cyber Security are rather different things, and the imbeciles in the MSM should understand that by now. What we are doing, where we assess our strengths and weaknesses, what we may plan to discuss or when or where we may plan to think, say, do absolutely ANYTHING in these areas is absolutely classified to very high levels. If the Admiral says anything about it on camera, you can be absolutely sure he has revealed nothing of value. The media is just using this well known fact to dupe more of the idiots who read their garbage.

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  26. Mike diamond says:

    Sarah is a sweet heart, these vile liberal press people should not be allowed to attend the press briefing ! Never in the history of our country have we had such a negative press toward a standing president it is shameful!!!!!

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