Sarah Sanders

Sarah Elizabeth Huckabee Sanders (née Huckabee; born August 13, 1982) is an American campaign manager and political adviser who was the White House press secretary under President Donald Trump. Sanders is the third woman to fill the position. With the release of the Mueller Report in April 2019, it was shown that Sanders had admitted to investigators that she had made false statements to the public as press secretary.
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  • Democrats pledge to bring back daily White House, Pentagon briefings
    POLITICO

    Democrats pledge to bring back daily White House, Pentagon briefings

    Joe Biden said in a speech that he would bring back the televised sessions, and 21 Democratic campaigns said in response to a survey by POLITICO that they would do the same. The 2020 Democratic field has settled on a position that is sure to please journalists. Nearly everyone in the race is pledging to restore daily press briefings in 2021 at the White House, State Department and Pentagon, which hasn't held an on-camera question-and-answer session with a spokesperson in more than a year. Story Continued Below Former Vice President Joe Biden said in a speech last week that, if elected president, he would bring back the traditional briefings for all three press corps, reversing a trend throughout

  • White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham grows into the job (by lying)
    Media Matters for America

    White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham grows into the job (by lying)

    After White House press secretary Sarah Sanders' resignation was announced last month, I predicted that her replacement would almost certainly be just as bad. Sanders frequently lied and viciously attacked the press throughout her tenure. But those attributes, I wrote, should be seen less as particular character flaws than job requirements for the position under President Donald Trump, whose mendacity demands such behavior from his supporters. It didn't take long for Sanders' successor, Stephanie Grisham, to prove the point. Trump suggested in a virulently racist Sunday tweetstorm that Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) “go