Press Secretary Sarah Sanders to Depart White House
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From the LeftGood riddance, Sarah Sanders: Washington's worst communicator
What on earth was the point of Sarah Sanders?
For 94 days, the outgoing White House press secretary gave no press briefing in the press room just a few steps from the press office that she nominally ran.
But the press did not stop pressing.
For more than three years, Sanders made no meaningful news on behalf of a boss who considers it his presidential priority to make as much meaningless news as possible.
Yet the news did not stop breaking.
From the CenterSarah Sanders: White House press secretary resigns
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving her post, President Donald Trump has announced.
He said his spokeswoman would return to her home state of Arkansas at the end of June, praising her as a "warrior".
Mrs Sanders, who is the latest senior White House aide to exit, said her role had been "the honour of a lifetime".
Her credibility was questioned during a combative tenure that saw press briefings all but relegated to a thing of the past.
She started out as deputy press secretary before replacing Sean...
From the RightFour very different replacements for Sarah Huckabee Sanders
In an unexpected tweet on Thursday afternoon, President Trump announced that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving her post at the end of June. Who should replace her?
Well, here are four Trump supporters who would bring very different styles to the Brady Room's podium.
First off, in the MAGA devotee category: Sebastian Gorka. With a penchant for rather hyperbolic support of the president, and rather hyperbolic disdain for Trump's opponents, Gorka would obviously bring a smile to the president's face. It is far less certain...