Monday during the White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took the podium with surprise guests.
She brought two wounded U.S. combat veterans who were championing to make it easier for vets to receive funding for experimental medical treatments. (Video Below)
At the end of her briefing, Sarah wrapped things, thanked the press, then turned to the veterans saying, “I’m gonna let these guys take a break, thanks guys.”
As Sarah and the veterans were exiting the podium, crybaby Jim Acosta shouted at Sarah while whining that it was the third briefing in a row where she did not take a question from CNN.
“Sarah, this is the third briefing that you’ve not taken a question from CNN,” Acosta shouted.
Sarah ignored Jim with one brilliant response that left him crying. She turned her back on crybaby Jim and walked out of the room. (Video Below)
Actually Jim, Sarah took a question from April Ryan, who is also CNN. Facts first.
Jim Acosta has a repeated history of shouting questions at members of the administration and President Trump, usually leaving him look like a complete clown.
After the briefing, Jim immediately tweeted, “Third press briefing in a row that @PressSec did not take a question from CNN. #courage.” (Video Below)
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) March 5, 2018
Sarah shot back Monday at Jim Acosta for acting like a petty child who threw a tantrum for not getting questions at the press briefing.
“Courage isn’t taking “a question from CNN,” Jim. Courage is combat veterans Sgt. Peck and Staff Sgt. Dwyer – the two heroes at the briefing.
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) March 5, 2018
BOOM! Sarah is SPOT ON; It’s not all about Jim and CNN. WHAT A CLOWN.
Watch below as Sarah praises actual hereos who know what courage entails.
“These men represent the very best of America, and remind us why it’s so important to make sure our great veterans get the care they deserve.”
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