George Stephanopoulos pushes Sarah Sanders on the Müller report, the culture be in the White House

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“Good Morning America” host George Stephanopoulos grilled press Secretary Sarah Sanders Friday on the allegations, that Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia-exposed report, a culture of lying in the White house.

Stephanopoulos showed a clip of a press conference, Sanders told reporters that “countless members of the FBI” had lost the trust of FBI Director James Comey led to his dismissal.

“This is not a slip of the tongue, Sarah, this is a deliberate false statement,” the innkeeper said.

“Actually, if you look at what I said, I said, the slip of the tongue, the word ” countless.’ There were a number of FBI, both former and current, agreed with the President’s decision, and to speak with you further and say that communication to the White house to send that agreement with the President of the decision. James Comey was a seasoned leaker and used authority to spy replied to the Trump campaign, despite no evidence of collusion,” the press Secretary.


Stephanopoulos more Sanders on the press, why she couldn’t see that what she said was not true.

“I said that the word I used, ‘countless’, and I also said, if you look at what is in the quotes from me in it, and it was in the heat of the moment, which means that it talk about a script,” Sanders responds

The two have meet in another exciting moment, when Stephanopoulos asked was Sanders involved a statement of the President, in reference to the infamous Trump Tower. The “Good Morning America” host pointed out that Trump’s lawyers said, he dictated a statement.”


“Why didn’t you tell the press that the President, the statement?”, he asked.

“If you don’t deny the play-by-play account, I am, he had said, involvement in the, what is the explanation. That was the info I received in the time, and I explained it to the public,” Sanders.

The two had a brief exchange, when Stephanopoulos said: “this is not what happened.”

“So, the president’s lawyers did not tell the truth?”, he asked.


“The information I had was that the President had weighed in on the statement he made it clear,” said Sanders.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, who also spoke with “Good Morning America” said the Miller report is clear that a culture of lies outlined “” in the White house. He told the morning program that he has evidence on a subpoena, not only for Miller’s full report, but also for the underlying documents, including the grand jury. Shortly after the interview, Nadler presented a subpoena for the full report.

On Thursday, justice Minister William Barr redacted version of the Müller-awaited, 448 released-page report.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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