Sean Spicer ‘Sounded Off’ In Defense of Sarah Huckabee Sanders [Video]

President Donald Trump’s Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders doesn’t need defending, but Sean Spicer is down for it. As a former Press Secretary for Donald Trump, Sean definitely knows the lay of the land. He has firsthand knowledge of who are the bad actors in the mainstream media.

Mr. Spicer took exception to the remarks made by David Horsey in The Los Angeles Daily Times about Sarah’s appearance. Horsey has since apologized for fat shaming Ms. Sanders. Spicer also pointed out that no one in the mainstream media defended Sanders.

There is also a note in here about Spicer meeting with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. What is that all about?

As Written By Sandy Fitzgerald for Newsmax:

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer Tuesday slammed the mainstream media for taking potshots at his successor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and praised her job performance.

“I think Sarah does a phenomenal job,” Spicer told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” program. “She is a great person and I think it’s interesting to me that so many of the media loves to take potshots when they think things are out of bounds and inappropriate and yet [there is] deafening silence from so many of the same individuals that are so concerned when attacks get lobbed from members of the Republican Party.”

However, when these “prize-winning, well-established journalists make these disgusting kind of comments about somebody’s appearance, there is a deafening silence from some of these other network anchors that are so easily appalled.”

In an opinion piece for The Los Angeles Daily Times, Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial cartoonist David Horsey wrote that unlike other women in President Donald Trump’s circle Sanders resembles a “slightly chunky soccer mom…


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