Sarah Sanders seems to have finally gotten fed up with questions over Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” and decided to let loose on those who would rather believe a work of fiction than the words of the White House Press Secretary.
“It’s disgraceful and laughable,” Sanders told a reporter who asked about the President’s mental condition during Thursday morning’s press briefing. “If he was unfit, he probably wouldn’t be sitting there and wouldn’t have defeated the most qualified group of candidates the Republican Party has ever seen. This is an incredibly strong and good leader. That’s why we’ve had such a successful year in 2017 and why we’re going to continue to do great things as we move forward in this administration.”
She wasn’t done there, however. Friday morning she appeared on Fox and Friends, where she decided to once again set the record straight for anyone who was still buying the BS pushed by Wolff’s book. “It’s absolutely outrageous to make these types of accusations, and it’s simply untrue, and it’s sad that people are going and making these desperate attempts to attack the president,” she told the hosts, before going on to say “what I think is really mentally unstable is people that don’t see the positive impact that this president is having on the country. The economy is booming, we’re crushing ISIS, day after day things are getting better for Americans all over this country.”
Since Michael Wolff’s supposed tell-all came out, tons of questions about the President’s mental state, as well as his actual willingness to win the election have been brought up, and the author claims to have had first hand, unprecedented access to many in the administration. As it turns out, however, many in the White House deny ever having spoken to Wolff, and several journalists uncovered the fact the Wolff has been accused of lies in the past. New York Magazine, where Wolff formerly worked, called the author an “angry man for pay” and a “media provocateur,” and it was discovered that almost a dozen people came forward to say that he had invented or misconstrued their quotes in a previous book, Burn Rate. Looks like Wolff’s credibility isn’t so great afterall, now is it.
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