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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was recently asked by a reporter about the 25th Amendment, which would effectively kick President Donald Trump out of office.

Sarah wasn’t pleased.

Her response to the reporter who posed the question made her thoughts crystal clear.

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From Daily Wire:

“What does the president make of all this talk of the 25th Amendment and some of what he hears on media outlets regarding the word ‘crazy talk?'” a reporter asked Sanders. “It seems there’s a lot of talk about that on many of the mainstream media outlets.”

“I think we would say that it’s about as ridiculous as most of Bob Woodward’s book,” Sanders fired back. “The fact that that’s being honestly discussed is ridiculous and frankly it’s insulting to the nearly 62 million people that came out and overwhelmingly supported this president, voted for him, supported his agenda, and are watching and cheering on as he successfully implements that agenda every single day.”


Here are Vice President Mike Pence’s thoughts on the 25th:

Vice President Mike Pence said in an interview airing Sunday that he has not discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office.

“No. Never,” Pence told CBS’s “Face the Nation” host Margaret Brennan when asked if he’d had conversations about invoking the 25th Amendment, adding, “Why would we be, Margaret?”


Pence, in his rebuke of the claim, quickly pivoted to a speech former President Barack Obama delivered Friday that was seen as a pointed critique of Trump.

“I mean the truth of the matter is over the last eight years despite what we heard from President Obama on Friday, I mean this country was struggling … it was the weakest economy since the Great Depression,” Pence said.

Sanders was forced to fend off questions about alleged White House dysfunction in her first briefing since the hit piece on Trump in a New York Times op-ed, via Fox News:

In her first briefing since the Trump administration was hit with a one-two punch from revelations in an anonymous New York Times op-ed and journalist Bob Woodward’s new book, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said it’s business as usual at the White House while slamming the media for focusing on the continuing controversy.

“We’re focused on things that actually matter,” Sanders said on Monday. “It’s sad and pathetic that a gutless, anonymous source receives so much attention from the media.”

She added: “The American people would be better served if we talked about really important things facing the country.”


Sanders added that there has been no discussion within the White House about administering lie detector tests to find out who is responsible for the New York Times opinion piece, in which a senior administration official described a Trump administration mired in dysfunction, with aides disparaging the Republican president and working to prevent him from making disastrous decisions.

The press secretary, however, did not say whether or not the president would attempt to file a lawsuit against the New York Times for publishing the piece nor did she elaborate on Trump’s tweet that the Justice Department investigate but added there would be cause to investigate if the writer was involved in discussions where national security was talked about.

“If that individual is in meetings where national security is being discussed or other important topics, and they are attempting to undermine executive branch – certainly that’s something Justice should look into,” Sanders said.


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