Sanders Claims To Understand April Ryan's Comments As Threat Of 'Decapitation'

Saul Bowman
April 23, 2019

She is actively telling a lie. "They've said I deserve a lifetime of harassment", Sanders said on Fox and Friends, speaking over a rousing musical performance at the White House Easter egg roll. She should be fired. "She should be let go and she should be fired [.] When there is a lack of credibilty there you have to start and start lopping the heads off", she told CNN. "It's "Fire me Thursday" or 'Fire me, Good Friday.' She needs to go".

Huckabee appeared to take issue with Ryan's phrasing and, on Friday, called on the White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) to revoke Ryan's press credentials. "I remember watching and thinking there is no way countless Federal Bureau of Investigation people called up Sarah Sanders". She continued: "I am getting the biggest laugh out of this".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stopped-by Hannity Thursday night to weigh-in on Attorney General Barr's dramatic press conference; saying the Democrats' total "meltdown" regarding Mueller's final report is "truly astonishing".

Mueller's report says Sanders told investigators that her statements in defense of Comey's firing were made "in the heat of the moment" and "not founded on anything". And I think that we may have to agree to disagree. "He called it 'fake news.' He said he did not try to have Mueller removed". He spent the weekend criticizing the report with tweets from his Mar-a-Lago resort in South Florida.

The statement suggests that while Trump and his team wasn't implicated, Trump would be concerned that the FBI could discover other crimes or embarrassing fact about his personal life and the campaign and that the special counsel's office chose not to pursue the charge because it could not conduct a thorough investigation.

"I think that the country is going to benefit a great deal by having President Trump for another six years. If not, they are gutless tools", he said, using the WHCA's Twitter handle. "Continuing to attack the president is not a winning message". It was merely prelude to what's happening in the White House today.

Sanders is among scores of current and former White House officials who were interviewed by Mueller's team during the almost two-year investigation that examined whether Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian Federation during the 2016 election and whether the president tried to interfere with the inquiry.

At the time, Sanders told the press that Trump "certainly didn't dictate" the statement, but that "he weighed in, offered suggestions like any father would do". "Constantly talking out of both sides of their mouths".

Mueller's report concluded there was not enough evidence to charge Trump with collusion, but was undecided on obstruction. "We have agreed to take timely action to assure that global demand is met as all Iranian oil is removed from the market".

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