White House press secretary Sarah Sanders hit back Wednesday evening against reports that she was considering leaving their role.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders hit back Wednesday evening against a report that she was considering leaving her role and said she “loves” her job and is “honored” to work with President Trump.
Sanders was in response to an earlier CBS News report, that both you and Deputy spokesman Raj Shah considered leaving their positions in the administration.
“Does @CBSNews know, something I asked about my plans and my future,” Sanders in a tweet. “I was with my daughter the year-end Kindergarten event, and she ran to talk about a story about my “plans to leave the WH without with me.”
Has @CBSNews know, something I don’t about my plans and my future? I was with my daughter the year-end Kindergarten event, and they ran a story about my “plans to leave the WH” without talking with me. I love my job and feel honoured to work for @POTUS
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) June 14, 2018
Both Sanders and Shah are learned with a weight of future options, Fox News has, which may or may not also your departure from the White house.
Sanders spoke about the departure sometime after the November midterm elections, and although the Shah’s timetable is unclear, possibly it could come earlier – although both remain in their roles.
White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah is considering leaving his role, a new report claims.
Sanders, who recently returned from a long trip abroad with trump, culminating in the meeting in the President’s historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Singapore on Tuesday morning.
The daughter of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sanders manages her father, he is in the presidential election in 2016, before trump. He later became the White House press secretary, after the July 2017 resignation of Sean Spicer.
Shah, the Deputy press Secretary position last September after working as a Deputy assistant to the President and Deputy communications Director has not been transported, to respond immediately to the conjecture about his future.
Fox News’ John Roberts and Serafin Gomez contributed to this report.
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