Reporters Just Asked Sarah Sanders For Trump’s Biggest Flaw. Her Response Is Embarrassing

At today’s White House press briefing, following up from a remark that Sarah Huckabee Sanders made yesterday about all of America’s past leaders having flaws, a reporter posed the question to her asking what Trump’s flaws are. The White House Press Secretary used the opportunity to instead lambast the press.
“Yesterday from that podium, you said all of our leaders have flaws… what are President Trump’s flaws?” he asked.
“Probably that he has to deal with you guys on a daily basis,” Sanders replied.
“In fairness, he doesn’t deal with us on a daily basis—“
“I think most everyday actually he does.”
“So what are his flaws then, I guess?”
“I just gave you one,” she replied tersely.
The comment comes a day after Sanders attempted to invoke the “flaws” of “all of our leaders” to justify Chief of Staff John Kelly’s comments on Monday defending Robert E. Lee.

Robert E. Lee, the commander of the Confederacy, was a glorified traitor to the United States, nearly tearing the country apart in an effort to maintain the institution of slavery. Furthermore, while Kelly claimed that the “lack of an ability to compromise” led to the Civil War, he left out the fact that the difference on which both sides were unwilling to compromise was whether states should be admitted into the Union as free states or slave states.
Sanders’ attack on the press is par for the course in an administration that has already declared the media as “the enemy of the American people.”

In reality, however, the White House’s disdain for the media is simply the result of the press holding this administration accountable for their nefarious behavior—all of which is finally starting to get exposed. Trump has many, many flaws, but the media is not one of them.

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