CBS report: Sarah Huckabee Sanders planning to depart the White House

16 June, 2018, 20:44 | Author: Sheila Harris
  • Report Sarah Sanders and Raj Shah planning to leave White House	 	 	 			File White House press secretary Sarah Sanders

"The attorney general said today somehow ... there's a justification for this in the Bible", Mr. Acosta said. "You don't have to do that", Acosta said.

Back and forth it went. But the separation of children from illegal families is the product...

Sanders ignored the question and moved onto someone else. KAREM: Sarah. Sarah, don't you have any empathy? "Separating babies from their mothers is not the answer and is immoral", said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the bishops group.

"C'mon Sarah, seriously!" he added.

SANDERS: Brian. Guys, settle down.

"It's a common courtesy when a military official from another country salutes that you return that", Sanders said.

"These people have nothing", Karem insisted. These people have nothing. They come to the border with nothing and you throw their children in cages.

Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson is criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions for citing the Bible to justify the government separating immigrant children from their parents. "Don't you have any empathy for they go through?"

120 countries at United Nations condemn Israel over Gaza violence
Israel and Hamas have fought three wars in Gaza and the United Nations has warned that a fourth conflict could be easily ignited. The US, Israel, Australia, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Togo and the Solomon Islands voted against the measure.

Sanders stood stern, moving on to the next question - which was about Russian Federation.

Compared with those, Karem's inquiry looks like a softball. The distinction has resulted in children being taken from parents. Way too hard for Sanders.

"This story was floated by someone within the White House", the veteran correspondent told CNN host Brooke Baldwin.

CBS says they did reach out to both but did not receive a comment.

"To say that Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been talking about leaving at the end of the year hardly means that it's set in stone". In terms of personnel announcements, I don't have any to make.

"I kid you not, one of the first things an employee of the shelter said to me is, when we walked inside, 'Can you try to smile at these kids, because it's weird to see people from the outside.'" Soboroff said on MSNBC.

One of the crucial aspects of Love's job was to handle media questions related to agriculture, energy, legislative affairs, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department, among other agencies. "And I guess she feels when she comes to that podium, she has to deal with the audience of the president of the United States, and also has to be tough in that room of men with some women peppered through".

'I show up here every day.

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