Rubio asks Army to kick out West Point grad MORE is on the way out on Friday, maintaining that President Trump continues to have confidence in Tillerson.
That's also why any decent White House reporter needs to press her on the moral outrage that is her "showing up for work" every day. "And that's all that today was about".
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders caught hell from reporters during Friday's press briefing when she blandly explained away President Donald Trump's "madman" behavior in foreign policy.
On Thursday evening, reporters were led hastily to the State Dining Room, where they walked into a scene of the president, his highest-ranking military advisers and their wives posing for a group photo.
Of course, given that Trump today stole contraception coverage from likely millions of women, and stole civil rights protections from LGBT people by prioritizing religious rights, some might call that the storm too.
On Thursday, Sanders was even clearer that Trump had no magic wand, saying the procedures to deal with the debt were put in place during the Obama administration "and it will go through that process as we move forward".
The criticism from Corker, who just announced he will not run again in 2018, dovetails with an unusual news conference held earlier this week by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in the wake of reports that he'd referred to Trump as "a moron" over the summer. "Which I think is the wrong thing for her to do for her constituents, and I hope the next time she is given the opportunity to help her constituents, she'll take it". "And as he said last night in addition to those comments you'll have to wait and see".
Trump will decertify the Iran nuclear pact next week, declaring it is not in the national interest, but let Congress decide whether to actually walk away from it. "The president can't undercut his own Cabinet", Sanders replied.