Sarah Sanders Reveals Her Secret for Dealing With CNN's Jim Acosta and It's Hilarious
Being the press secretary for the Trump administration has to be one of the hardest jobs in the entire country, especially since you have 99 percent of the mainstream media plotting your destruction and acting like cry babies on a daily basis, doing their best to drive you to heavy drinking.
One of the worst offenders is CNN’s Jim Acosta. However, current Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has revealed her secret for routinely dealing with Acosta and how she manages to keep her sanity when engaging him during a press conference, and what she said will tickle your funny bone.
While White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders cherishes her role as a mother to three children 6 years and under, she doesn’t shy away from the fact that there are difficult motherhood days – similar to dealing with CNN’s Jim Acosta.Advertisement - story continues below
“Both of them whine pretty regularly. They both like to ask the same questions and sometimes their tone needs to be adjusted a little bit. So I think that having kids has prepared me for the job that I have right now,” Sanders responded to the Daily Caller question: “What’s more difficult: Dealing with your children on an onerous day or dealing with [CNN reporter] Jim Acosta?”
“In all seriousness, I think that having kids is great preparation for anything – especially a job you need patience for and they have certainly prepared me for this one,” said Sanders, in the Mother’s Day interview that also included White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway and White House Strategic Communications Director Mercedes Schlapp.Trending:
The 35-year-old Sanders also expressed gratitude that her children are still too young to read “some of the negative stories that exist out there,” and that she tries to protect them from such backlash as much as possible – while offering some words of wisdom for other working moms.
If that line about Acosta being a whiner isn’t a mic drop moment, then what is? That was brilliantly spoken, and if CNN and it’s reporters were serious about developing their craft, they’d actually do a little self-reflectiont to see if what Sanders says is true or not and adjust their behavior accordingly.
Unfortunately, it seems many in the mainstream media have managed to successfully delude themselves into believing that they are crusaders of some sort unleashed on a quest to save the world from the evil clutches of President Trump.
Maybe one day, when and if they ever come back to reality, they’ll realize their mission is to inform people, to provide them with a summary of the facts so those folks in their audience can make up their own minds.
Source: Fox News