Sarah Sanders Just Punched Back At Insult To General Kelly And Left Jaws Hanging

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has President Trump’s back. And she’s got the back of ALL of his allies too. So when she got on Fox & Friends right after the president’s UN speech she was on the defensive.

Wouldn’t you know but one of the first things they asked was about Chief of Staff John Kelly, who appeared to be rubbing his head throughout President Trump’s address.

Leftists, of course, jumped on this to say he was shocked or embarrassed by the president. Here’s the picture with a typical Twitter comment:

But Sarah Sanders set them straight:

“He’s part of the speech-writing process and very engaged.”

“I would certainly not read anything into that picture any more than probably just like the rest of us, we’re tired trying to keep up with this president who’s working hard every day to help America.”

She continued:

“The president has an abundance of energy. I don’t know where it comes from.”

“All of us on the staff are tired trying to keep up with him. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s part of it.”

One thing is for sure about President Trump- the man is non-stop. I find it so hard to believe that he is 71 sometimes. And he really does devote all of that energy to making America a better place.

So it makes perfect sense for General Kelly to be tired- he’s got a tiring job! But, who knows, he might just have had a headache or any number of other things.

And just in case we had any doubts about General Kelly and President Trump’s relationship, she added:

“Gen. Kelly’s been a great addition to the team. He and the president have great chemistry. They’re working really well together.”

Once again Sarah Sanders displayed grace and tact against mean-spirited leftist cynicism. I am continuously amazed at how she continues to keep her composure when she’s constantly confronted by so much nonsense.

Check out the whole interview here:

Source: Liberty Writers

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