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

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivers the White House press briefing for Wednesday March 28th.  Anticipated start time 2:00pm EST

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

  1. Everywhereguy says:

    Sock ’em, Sarah…

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Running Fast says:

    This should be a good one. Do you think any of the reporters will ask “Did President Trump or any administration officials attend the meeting in China?”

    Liked by 2 people

    • C’mon Running Fast – get real.
      That question is out of order; its not condescending enough.
      What they will ask is Why DIDN’T President Trump attend the meeting in China?
      They can get more anti-Trump miles when its phrased this way…….

      Liked by 5 people

  3. fleporeblog says:

    The WHORES are absolutely besides themselves today! What the hell can they talk about that is more important than the revision to the 4th Quarter real GDP from 2.5% to 2.9% and what Rocket Man said in China about being willing to denuclearize.

    I hope Sarah brings this graph to the meeting. 99% of them will turn to DUST when exposed to sunlight:

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Maybe the will highlight the Greatest State in the Republic meeting with a world leader that has 1.25 billion citizens that need Energy for everyday essentials! You are not going to see Governor Brown or Governor Cuomo ever with the PM of India!

    Liked by 20 people

  5. Katherine McCoun says:

    Sarah began with talking about the South Korea trade deal improvements and then discussed about President Trump’s trip to OH, where he will give a “major” speech.
    Press asks nothing about these significant MAGA developments.
    1st two questions about pardons for charges not yet brought and for Flynn. She referred them to Cobb. And, of course, about the porn actress. Every day, Stormy questions. She says every day they have already answered this.
    Press is BORING, seems uninformed and not up to date. Average citizen could ask more pertinent questions than these guys.
    Also, they are not getting the info that The People would like to know.

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    • LafnH2O says:

      Katherine, what do you think of the idea of, say once a week, sending H.S. Seniors who have shown an interest in Journalism to the WH briefing?
      Not the hog type…

      Serious individuals asking serious questions.
      Any of us could train a parrot or two and replace the presstitutes in a NY minute.
      A couple/few questions from tbe real world would frame the presstitutes in tbe light they so rightly deserve… Green Swamp SCUM!

      What say you…

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Don’t put a “what say you?” on me! 🙂

        I think that is a great idea! Not college journalism seniors as they will be out for making a name for themselves with “gotcha” questions. Will want their 15 minutes of fame with an eye toward their summer internships and post college jobs.

        On other hand, what about young college Dems and young college GOP club members? and high school level political clubs? They will have a different twist from journalism, might be more current affairs and pertinent/informed questions.

        High school debate team members might have excellent questions. Homeschool debate clubs usually have very high standards and are places of excellence. Side note: if you have a homeschool debate club in your area, great idea to volunteer as a judge. They will explain to you what to look for and the judging criteria and then you will be Very encouraged by the caliber of young people in these clubs. Great counter balance to the public school examples we have paraded before us in the media.

        Anyway, almost anyone better than the professional “press”!

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      • nimrodman says:

        Why high-school seniors?
        How about just “seniors”?

        I’m 65 and I definitely got some damn questions, I tell ya …

        Liked by 9 people

      • piper567 says:

        Whatever happened to the skyped-in Qs?
        they seemed to be quite popular amongst Treepers.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Chgonana539 says:

        How about a few savy seniors invited to ask a few questions.


        • Katherine McCoun says:

          I think that is a fantastic idea! Really, all walks of life and fair that people be from both Dem/left and Rep/right. But commitment to Real questions on a variety of topics, not just the same ol’ same, not the gossip, click bait stuff but Real questions covering a variety of topics and current events (events v. current fake scandal).


    • nikkichico7 says:

      Since the CIA controls the msm …. maybe they should attend the press briefings instead of the overpaid puds there now … cut the press out LOL 😜

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Katherine McCoun says:

    April Ryan – asking about Alton Sterling, of course

    Liked by 1 person

    • Katherine McCoun says:

      not a specific question: she says that President Trump is supportive of police so what does he say about situations of bad policing like these specific cases (Sterling and the recent situation in CA and “Eric Gardner that cried out 11 times I can’t breathe”)
      And how does he “feel” about them”? Is there going to be charges or what?

      Sarah says that these are local matters and not for the fed gov to weigh in on.


      Liked by 11 people

      • andyocoregon says:

        Unlike Barack Obama, President Trump does not get involved in local police issues, nor should he.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Daniel says:

        I would have liked her to ask for clarification. “Do you mean when police are ordered to stand down and do nothing while people are hurt and even murdered?”

        Liked by 2 people

        • nimrodman says:

          How is it that she characterizes it as “bad policing” in the first place?

          The local legal system has ruled that no charges against the police are warranted.

          Does April know something they don’t?
          Who is she to overrule the local legal process and deem it “bad policing”?

          People like April need to be cut off right at the initial premise, with no further consideration of the rest of their question. “Your premise is faulty. Next question!”


    • covfefe999 says:

      This is all I needed to read: Case closed. Another thug gone, boohoo.

      I don’t know about Stephon Clark though. Initial bits I’ve read make it seem he was an innocent victim. But hey, I thought Trayvon Martin was a little 10 year old kid skipping through an apartment complex with his bag of Skittles when suddenly he was hunted down like a rabid dog, shot in the street, and racially profiled. (Description courtesy of Frederica “Screech” Wilson)

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      • nimrodman says:

        I believe police reports were that he was breaking into cars.

        Before being shot, it’s reported that he was jumping a fence into “his grandparents’ back yard”.

        Which means he was in someone else’s back yard.
        Why was he there in that other yard?
        What was he doing?

        Had he run thru other back yards prior to that last fence jump?

        If he was going innocently to his grandparents’ house, why didn’t he walk up the front walkway to their front door.

        You know – like a normal person who’s not up to no good.

        Instead of a person who’s running from police.
        In a police helicopter spotlight.

        Sorry, if it looks like a duck …
        Another miscreant in places he shouldn’t have been.

        And shot by both a black policeman as well as a white policeman.
        So it wasn’t a “racial” shooting.

        Both policemen reacting identically to an apparent perceived deadly threat (perceived that it was a gun in hand).

        It can’t be “racialized” without going out of one’s way to ignore facts and impose one’s own bias on the situation.

        Yes, another police shooting of an unarmed black man.

        But not simply because he was black.

        But instead because he was acting criminally at very least and had been committing actual crimes in reasonable likelihood.

        Don’t want to get shot?

        Don’t be vaulting fences in neighbors’ backyards at night with a police helicopter tracking you in its spotlight.


  7. andyocoregon says:

    Gee, we haven’t seen Jim Acosta at any of these W.H. briefings for a long time. Did he get his W. H. press credentials pulled?

    But, we still have race baiter April Ryan to ask the stupid questions of the day.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Kenji says:

      A one trick pony whose entire mission in life is to keep the Black man down on the leftist Plantation.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Everywhereguy says:

      Acota is home crying


    • andyocoregon says:

      Wait, wait, I think I actually did see Jim Acosta on the front row in the left corner. He wasn’t called upon, however, and could only blurt out a Stormy Daniels question as Sarah left the podium.


      • OS says:

        Yeah – Jim was there. Even as a Norwegian without the detailed understandings of US politics as you fine people her at TCTH – I have seen Acostas smug face before. He is just despicable. Even so – the short view of him seemed to me as he still was his smug self – ready to shout out more insane Russia Russia – or Stormy Stormy allegations or other foul mouth dishonest allegations against President Trump. Telling isn’t it – I’m a MAGA supporter from Norway and even if I’m not following US news closely – this Acosta figure – I see him as disrespectful, a clown, the face of falling and failing CNN – a person (not man) without honor. He is a disgrace. Good – CNN will fall.

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    • visage13 says:

      He asked a question on Monday when Sarah was off.


  8. Katherine McCoun says:

    On NK – Sarah, Glad to see that the maximum pressure policy is working and yielding the results. Moving forward on the proposed on May meeting.


  9. Paco Loco says:

    It’s really a waste of time and money to hold these press briefing. The Washington press Corp is a cabal of leftwingers whose mission is to win Gotcha points against POTUS and his policies. It would be far better to cancel these televised briefings and let the reporters access a Whitehouse web site with dated press releases and Q and A in writing. Stop giving these presstitutes a forum to smear the Whitehouse.

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    • Redhotsnowman says:

      I think there should be a “ticker” below that indicates who the journalist is and which organization they represent. That way as they are asking the questions the news consumer can determine which organizations are asking pressing questions and which ones are whining and complaining and wasting everyone’s time. Furthermore, the White House should reward the decent reporters with better seats up front. Push the “FAKENEWS” idiots to the back.

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  10. Pam says:

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  11. Katherine McCoun says:

    Press says law allows fining individuals if answer census incorrectly. Will people be fined if answer the upcoming census incorrectly?
    Sarah: we encourage the law to be followed

    Back to April Ryan’s questions re police and “poc communities”: Doesn’t the POTUS need to provide leadership on these issues.
    Sarah: POTUS wants unity, not division and wants a better America for everyone. These are local level and not federal
    Press: African American moms feel like there children are being killed. Doesn’t the POTUS need to address that?
    Sarah: POTUS is focused on the security and safety on our children … and then lists many ways such as securing the border, opioid crisis etc.

    Press does not like that Sarah will not comment on local police issues!!!

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    • Cisco says:

      Here’s a simple solution to not getting shot by the police.
      First, don’t engage in any criminal activity.
      Second, comply. “Show me your hands”…show him your effen hands.
      Drop the gun/knife/bat, whatever the hell, drop it.
      Don’t resist. Comply. You’ll get your day in court.
      White, black, brown, blindor ,crippled, just do as instructed.
      Really quite simple.
      Do something stupid, be prepared for the consequences.

      Liked by 4 people

  12. Katherine McCoun says:

    And…back to Stormy Daniels. And she continues to say the exact same thing. You would think they would learn and stop wasting their and our time!

    Liked by 1 person

    • fleporeblog says:

      The WHORES really showed their true colors today! They realize that our President is absolutely MAGA! It was time to go back to black kids being killed by the Police. April screamed out it has been happening for a 100 years. Today was also about whether the President will pardon Flynn, Manafort, Gates etc. They also are perplexed that our President isn’t willing to talk to them or more importantly talk about good ole Stormy.

      Jim Acosta screamed it out as Sarah was walking away! It must really suck when our President is focused 100% of the time on MAGA! His tweets over the past 5 days haven’t given them anything they can spin.

      Liked by 2 people

    • FL_GUY says:

      I would like to see Sarah counter with: We’ve already addressed the Stormy issue but let me go over all the women who accused Bill Clinton of rape, we have an extra hour or so….. LOL

      Liked by 4 people

  13. andyocoregon says:

    Wow! I just noticed Sarah is the only one wearing red in that sea of blue suits and dresses. How symbolic.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Katherine McCoun says:

    Press: is POTUS concerned that our immigration policy making specialized workers avoiding the US or going to other countries.
    Sarah: no, but POTUS is focused on developing on our own work force.

    Press: Romney saying he is harder on illegal immigration that POTUS re DACA
    Sarah: uses this opportunity to focus on Dems and lack of DACA solution cooperation and suggests that Dems show up to work and do their job.

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  15. Pam says:

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  16. Pam says:

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Correction, if I may.

      All CNN is *trying* to do is turn President Trump into a Bill Clinton.

      But President Trump comes off much more favorable – no accusations of actual criminal or wrong doing outside of extra martial affairs which is MUCH different than what Bill Clinton was accused of by multiple women. And this creates Such a contrast with how the press covered for Bill while being Desperate to make accusations stick with President Trump.

      Press is *trying* but not succeeding.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      This is the first time I disagree with Richard!

      Liked by 2 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        This is WHY I LOVE Stormy Daniels! May actually go tell her in person wearing my MAGA hat when one of her shows come to NYC. I will make sure to take my wife with me (LOL)!

        From the article linked above:

        KAYE: What was your first impression of Stormy Daniels?

        WOMAN #1: I felt sorry for her.

        WOMAN #2: My heart hurts for her.

        WOMAN #3: This is a porn star! (chuckling) Why are we giving it any credibility?

        WOMAN#4: Exactly.

        WOMAN #2: I agree.

        WOMAN #3: And the fact that she now wants to come out with a story because she’s afraid of (sic) her children?

        WOMEN: (laughing)

        WOMAN #3: My goodness! What did you tell the kiddos about your full-time job?

        KAYE: (dramatic read) These women all voted for Donald Trump — and despite Stormy Daniels’ claims, they still don’t buy her story. Most in this group believe God ordained Donald Trump to be president and stand by him despite his imperfections. (THE LEFT WILL COMMIT SUICIDE AFTER THEY SEE AND READ THAT STATEMENT)

        WOMAN #5: I know that when I voted for him, I wasn’t voting for a choir boy.

        WOMAN #6: He hasn’t changed as a person in order to become a president.

        KAYE: (dramatic voice) This group suggests the women coming forward with tales of having had an affair with Trump are being targeted.

        WOMAN #1: Someone is looking and shopping for these people to come out of the woodwork because it is demeaning to our president.

        KAYE: And as some strongly suggested, all part of a media plot to bring down Donald Trump.

        WOMAN #2: You can throw all of that stuff up in our face as many times as you want, but that means that we will work harder for Trump. Is that not so, ladies?

        WOMAN #3: That’s correct!

        RUSH: Wow. So they tell the infobabe is the CNN (whose name is Randi Kaye), “The more you try this, the more this garbage that you dredge up, the more we’re gonna work for Trump and the harder we’re gonna work for Trump.” This did not go down well with Randi Kaye. You can hear her exasperation here.

        WOMAN #1: This is the media defining the narrative. The people — we, the people — are ready to define the narrative, and it’s not about tawdry sexual peccadillos.

        WOMAN #2: In order for somebody to come forward, you can be pushed by somebody else, right?

        WOMAN #3: Correct.

        WOMAN #5: Who knows?

        WOMAN #2: And so I think the thing is, you’re — you’re looking for a way to impeach my president that I worked very hard for.

        KAYE: (exasperated) I’m asking about a Stormy Daniels interview on 60 Minutes! Period! That’s it!

        WOMAN #4: Worst-case scenario, if he slept with her, whatever. That’s between him, the Lord, and his family.

        WOMAN #2: Exactly.

        WOMAN #4: That is not about the job he’s doing and running our country, which he’s doing an amazing job.

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  17. Katherine McCoun says:

    And the press yells multiple questions re Stormy as she leaves the room.
    NO one cares about Stormy!

    SK trade deals improved for US. NK at the table. 2 major wins for us and 1 is a major win for the world. Plus much else of importance going on and all they can do is try to cause division and talk about affairs.

    Stormy isn’t even accusing President Trump of misconduct or abuse or anything illegal – just an extra martial affair. Even if true – so what?! NO crime.

    Press is so ridiculous and weak. If Stormy and bringing up police issues with local criminals which have 0 to do with POTUS and federal policy then we should no President Trump and American are WINNING. They are grasping at straws – anything to avoid talking about major achievements!

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  18. Convert says:

    These are a complete waste of time and money. A throwback to another age when we had a very professional press that included a fair cross-section of opinion and background. No more. It’s a monolith monster of one narrow viewpoint and experience. Blech.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Would love to see more local press brought in as they did in the first half of last year. Also, would be fantastic to have a People Press conference. Non professionals asking real questions about real issues and updates and accomplishments, helping Americans find out details about what is really important to the voters.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Pat Frederick says:

        that would be awesome if they held a press conference, but only allowed questions submitted by the public!
        We don’t read their regurgitated tripe anyway…I would love to watch a press conference and have her announce today’s question is submitted by John Q Public on the wall…or on trade deals…or something innocuous like FLOTUS’ favorite flower…

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  19. tmonroe says:

    Waiting for my car inspection with CNN cranked in the room. They’ve got someone speaking breathlessly about this very consequential (sic) nyt report that pardons were offered to people. Talk of crisis, implication of villainy, etc. rinse, repeat.


  20. History Teaches says:

    When the President is allowed to work, he does great things.

    It would be best for the country and the world if he was just allowed to do his job without the pathological insanity of the media, who only view him as a target to be humiliated and destroyed.

    Imagine if he was given the same parameters of his predecessor with the cheerleading of the media.

    Successes will continue, in spite of the spin put on by the ideologues in politics and the media. But it could be so much more emotionally satisfying and unifying if he was given a fair shake.

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  21. RobInPA says:

    They. Still. Do. Not. Get. It.

    The 2018 blow-out will be as much of a mystery to them as hilz’ loss in 2016.

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  22. webgirlpdx says:

    After Omnibus and Stormy the Lefties/Dems and LSM thought for sure they smelled so much blood in the water that he must finally be done.

    Funny what a new week makes. No trade war and possible peace in the Korean Peninsula.


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  23. Pam says:

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    • nikkichico7 says:

      👆🏻 Lippy good for nothing pud pile of …. 💩

      Spit into the wind ya putz accosted …. eewww … ick …. bad image …. ick 🤢


    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Gov Huckabee! 🙂 Yes, we miss relevant, interesting and insightful questions every day – and I usually watch!
      Acosta, the Reason we “didn’t miss much”, as you put it, is Because of the Press questions – 100% on you all that the press conferences are Weak!
      (I am going to have to start twittering one of these days! Do you think they actually read their replies?)


  24. simicharmed says:

    Just finished watching this Romper Room Press Briefing, pathetic! I believe it’s past time to either reconfigure these daily Press Briefings or simply eliminate them entirely. They serve no public need anymore.

    Each PB has turned into a daily therapy session for hate filled propagandists, who are still willfully suffering from TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). Many of these Press people truly should be asking their “questions” in an examination room, in front of a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.

    Sara Sanders deserves to be commended for having to deal with these types…

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  25. Mike diamond says:

    We love Sarah Sanders !!!!!


  26. Bill says:

    Sarah sanders is the best press secretary ever. She is smart, tough and brave. Although I did not watch the press bashing (watched our President at his rally in Michigan) Sarah was brutally attacked by that asshole. She took it but hope that she will return with an attack that will leave them all in shock. She is too nice a person to have to put up with that kind of personal insults…is the press still in arrested development back in the fourth grade? POTUS is very luck to have Sarah stand up for his administration.


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