Trying to defend Trump from Omarosa's n-word claims, the Press Sec., boldly told the press Trump's job creation for the black community dwarfed Obama's entire eight-year run.
Kristen Welker grills Sanders about the N-Word, and Sanders is all over the place. She can't guarantee anything because we all know what we will hear him say on Omarosa's tapes.
Kristen Welker asks Press Secretary why she hasn't asked Trump directly about the N-Word.
"She has lied and she has endangered the lives of reporters and that’s why she should be shunned. Not harassed — shunned.”
'She has lied and she has endangered the lives of reporters and that’s why she should be shunned,' said Rubin.
Matt Schlapp's wife, Mercedes, who works for Trump administration, says many MSM journalists cried when Trump won.
When asked about the blow-up between Jim Acosta and Sarah Huckabee Sanders when the press secretary refused to condemn Trump's "enemy of the people" attacks, Mercedes Schlapp doubled down by calling him dangerous.
Acosta proposed staging a demonstration on Pennsylvania Avenue to counteract Trump's arbitrary, capricious claims that the press is "the enemy of the people."
This performance by Sarah Huckabee Sanders at taxpayers' expense was pathetic, insulting and Un-American.
Jim Acosta's question was simple: Admit that the press is not the enemy of the people. Sarah could not do it.