After MSM Says Trump’s White House is Chaotic, Sarah Sanders Gives Epic Response

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stopped by Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” today, taking a break from official press briefings today.

The hosts asked her about the sudden departure of Communications Director Hope Hicks and the rumors that the “White House is in chaos” and that H.R. McMaster may be the next member of the administration to exit.

Sarah does what she always does best and tells it exactly like it is.

“Look, General McMaster is not going anywhere, as the President said yesterday in the Oval office to a number of people. He thinks he is doing a great job and glad he is here.”

She also answered to the ridiculous notion that the White House is in “chaos” with a joke of her own.

“The chaos that I see most this morning I left three preschoolers and a bunch of flashlights with the power out at my house. It was pretty chaotic and certainly far more chaotic than when I got to the office.”

Sarah then got serious and told the hosts exactly what liberals don’t want people to realize and that is that President Trump is shaking things up in Washington just like he promised.

“The bottom line is if this is chaos, I think the American people are glad because we just passed the biggest tax cuts in history, ISIS is on the run, we are rebuilding our military, we are rebuilding the Judiciary – remaking what that looks like, the economy is strong. We have a lot of positive things happening in this country and that is happening under the direction and the leadership of President Trump. And we’re going to continue to do big and great things over the next year. So if they want to call it chaos, we call it success and productivity and we’re going to keep plugging along.”

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  1. We travelled from Manchester to Blaenau Ffestiniog on Weds and the journey was chaotic. However, the people manning the service were very good to us, letting us on trians we hadn”t booked because of the disruption. We even managed to cross the mountains in Snowdonia to get home. It was chaotic but it worked. Well done Railtrak, Arriva and Llew Jones.

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