White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the Hillary Clinton email case “should worry all Americans.”
Sanders accused the conspirators of an effort to “play this political bias and injected that into the discourse.”
“I haven’t specifically asked him, but I would doubt that he does,” Sanders said when asked if President Donald Trump thinks Peter Strzok should remain in the federal government. Strzok is the FBI agent who was used as the lead operative in Operation Crossfire Hurricane, which sought to use the Obama Deep State agencies to stop Trump from becoming president, by Strzok’s own admission.
“I think CBS got a little ahead of their skies by putting out a story about my thinking without specifically talking about me…Each and every day I will pray for discernment” for her future, Sanders said.
Sarah Sanders also handled a heckler:
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