Sarah Sanders Thinks It’s Appropriate Tell A Private Company To Fire An Employee

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Recently, excerpts from a tell-all book about Trump his Trumpy world have hit the news waves and caused Trump and his crew to hilariously hit the ceiling, in my opinion. Trump and the White House have directed their anger toward Steve Bannon- Breitbart Chief extraordinaire and former chief strategist is being seen as the source for all of these interviews in the excerpts.

Oh, but the plot thickens!

Today, in an interview with Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she was asked if she thought Bannon should be pushed out of Breitbart due to his comments about Trump.  Sanders didn’t disappoint saying she thought they should consider it. Another reporter pointed out Sanders reaction when Jemele Hill  called Trump a white supremacist and Sanders wanted ESPN to fire her, then asked if Breitbart should “part ways with Steve Bannon.” Being as hypocritical as ever, she stated:

I certainly think that it’s something they should look at and consider.

Ah! So, Sanders is now an expert on when a private company should or should not fire an employee. Because that’s totally appropriate, you dumb f*ck.  She may very well have regretted that remark since she quickly moved on to another question. We would like to think she can still feel regret.

Trump’s lawyers have now issued cease and desist letters to Bannon, the author Michael Wolff, and his publisher. They’re also trying to get the book’s release to be halted.

It’s almost as if they don’t want America to read this book.

This only makes me want to read the book more since I consider myself a bit of a rebel. Sounds like it could be quite a good read. Maybe it will make the “failing” New York Times best seller list? Now wouldn’t that be the icing on that lovely impeachment cake?

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