Sunday, May 6, 2018

"You can’t get in trouble for what you don’t say.”

Sean Spicer
Said Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer commenting on the functioning of Sarah Sanders who replaced him in July last year. The comment appears in The Washington Post story on "As a willing warrior for Trump, Sarah Sanders struggles to maintain credibility."
“Sarah has done a fantastic job of keeping in line with understanding how to effectively communicate what the president’s thoughts are at any given time, recognizing that it is a very dynamic and fluid situation in many cases,” Spicer said. “What she has done is, she has realized, you can’t get in trouble for what you don’t say.”
Read the full story here.

Watch Sarah Sanders' press briefing below:

(Courtesy: PBS - a publicly funded 
American broadcaster Wikipedia)

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