Published: Fri, June 15, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Denies Report She’s Quitting White House Job

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Denies Report She’s Quitting White House Job

CBS News reported Wednesday that Sarah Huckabee Sanders and principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah were both planning to depart. It's about you not answering the question, Sarah. Acosta asked again in reference to the children of illegal immigrants being separated from their parents while the parents are detained and processed at the southern border.

"These people have nothing", Karem insisted. I'm glad to work for the president, ' she said.

Sanders: "Hey, Brian, I know you want to get some more TV time, but that's not what this is about. The United States, on the other hand, goes to extraordinary lengths to protect them while the parents go through a short detention period". 'Seems that would be a little bit problematic'. Whether Trump says "you're fired" or a staffer finally gets fed up and quits, the administration has been unable to keep positions filled, if they've filled them at all.

Sanders said she couldn't comment on Sessions' specific claim but that it's "very biblical to enforce the law".

The White House Press Secretary's tweet appears to deny that there's any truth to the story, but she does not explicitly say she's not leaving sometime soon, either.

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One White House reporter later spoke out of turn to Sanders, saying "Come on Sarah, you're a parent don't you have any empathy for what these people are going through?"

"These people have nothing", he continued. These people have nothing, they come to the border with nothing, and you're throwing children in cages. As a voter, as a taxpayer, I want to know where the administration sits on this issue.

"Honestly, answer the question", Karem begged.

But reporters including Acosta reminded Sanders that no one was forcing the administration to hold children captive, and that there is in fact no law forcing it to separate them from their parents. "Don't you have any empathy for they go through?"

Sanders chose to ignore Karem's appeals, and moved on.

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