Sarah Sanders dismantles the obvious partisan propagandist Kristin Welker as she assumes that because there were no leaks from the usual sources that conversations on N Korea…
Snarky media propagandist Kristen Welker mistakes an absence of leaks from her usual sources for spontaneity, which she then goes on to characterize as recklessness because the leakers were kept out of the loop on the decision to meet with Kim Jong Un. We can expect they’ll be further excluded in the future, perhaps right out the door. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
Welker asks Sarah Sanders one of her typical condescending questions, “Top officials at the White House and at the Pentagon seemed to be taken by surprise by the announcement. Was this done in a haphazard way?” Sure Welker, everything President Trump does is haphazard by your standards. Find a dictionary and look up getting things done. Maybe you’ll get a clue but probably not.
Sanders ignores the derogatory manner in which the question is phrased, replying, “No, not at all. As I said, this has been part of an ongoing campaign that’s been going for over a year and just because some of the individuals that may regularly leak to the press weren’t involved in the conversation doesn’t mean that the appropriate parties that lead those agencies were not in the room and not part of that discussion.”
Welker tries again, saying, “The President came here to the briefing room before reaching out to the President of China. Is that appropriate? Should he not have reached out to the international partners first before making the announcement?”
Sanders patiently indulges the duplicity of the reporter, saying, “Look, we’ve had ongoing conversations with leaders across the world. The President simply said there would be an announcement. He has several conversations with world leaders both last night and today.”
She points out “This is something that all of these countries have been working together on and something that we’re going to continue to work with our allies and partners on.”
Welker gives her attack a third try, asking, “Was the Secretary of State aware that he was going to make that decision, Sarah?” Sanders grins as she responds the idiocy of the last question, saying, “Yeah, and the Secretary of State’s deputy was in the room at the time these conversations went on, so it’s absurd to pretend like they weren’t part of this process and haven’t been part of this process all along.”
You failed your mission, comrade Welker. Try again Monday.
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