Kirsten Welker just asked Sarah a rather dumb question and Sarah just shut her down with a brilliant answer.
“Have you asked him directly if the President has ever used the N word? Can you stand at the podium and guarantee the American people that they will never hear a tape of Trump saying that word?” Welker asked.
Sarah shot back.
“I can’t guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed this question already and spoke to the American people directly…
“I can tell you I have never heard that word…and If myself or if the people that are in this building serving the country every day doing our very best to help all people all across the country to make it better…
If at any point we felt that the president is who is critics claim him to be we wouldn’t be here.
The president if fighting for all Americans who is putting policies in place that help all Americans
Particularly African Americans.
Just look at the economy alone…this president since he took office in a year and a half has created 700k new hobs for African Americans
Obama in 8 years in office had only created 800,000 jobs for African Americans.
President Trump in the first year and a half has already tripled what Obama did in 8 years.”
But that wasn’t good enough so Welker rudely asked,
“Just to be clear you guarantee it?” Sarah silenced her with what she said next.
“I haven’t been in every room but I can tell you the focus and heart of the president is to help all Americans ‘
This is a man who has been in business for decades and you just now hearing this is the first time you are hearing about these accusations after he has been in business around the world
It wasn’t until he became a candidate for president that you started hearing these salacious accusations.
If you look at the actions and the policies enacted you can see the heart of who he is.”
.@kwelkernbc: "Can you stand at the podium and guarantee the American people they'll never hear Donald Trump utter 'the n word' on a recording, in any context?"
Sarah Sanders: "I can't guarantee anything… I can tell you I've never heard it." pic.twitter.com/rSDj4ctA5a
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 14, 2018