State Dept Spox Heather Nauert RIPS ‘Snarky’ Reporter [Video]

[VIDEO] You will certainly be impressed with State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as she handles a hostile and snarky reporter who wants the United States to be blamed for all the wrong in the world. Ms. Nauert never blinked has she handled his questions and turned them into a statement of the good that the United States brings to the world. As you will see in the video, she is not apologetic in her patriotic viewpoint. This is the sort of person that we need running our government agencies for us. What do you think of how she handled this?

As Written and Reported By Fox News:

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert confronted a reporter who asked whether she should apologize on behalf of the United States government for “dictating” and effecting regime change in places like Iraq.

The reporter mentioned how White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders previously said the U.S. “doesn’t get to dictate how other countries operate” in response to a question about the legitimacy of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reelection, and how President Donald Trump congratulated Putin on the victory nonetheless.

The reporter asked whether effecting “regime change” in Iraq by deposing dictator Saddam Hussein could be construed as “dictating how other countries operate” – in the words of Sanders.

“Should the U.S. apologize for… meddling in elections in multiple countries?” the man asked, noting that 2018 is the 15th anniversary of the Iraq War.

An incredulous Nauert responded, “you’re asking me about the entire history of the United States? Should we apologize for our government all around the world?”

Nauert said the U.S. does “far more good” than otherwise…..

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Nauert Rips ‘Snarky’ Reporter Who Asked State Dept. to Apologize for Iraq War | Fox News Insider

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