Sarah Sanders hopped on Twitter late Monday evening to lob a nuke directly at Nancy Pelosi.
Sanders, and all of team Trump, have been fairly quiet over the weekend while the president was in Florida. Trump used part of this time in the state to visit with families and victims of the horrific high school shooting in Parkland. Trump also met with law enforcement and first responders after the tragedy.
Over the weekend, Sanders jumped online to criticize The Washington Post on Twitter for a misleading report on President Trump’s visit with the wounded victims and families.
At 8:30 on Monday night, Sanders hopped back on Twitter again.
The press secretary tweeted a report showing that a majority of Americans approve of the GOP tax reform, which was signed into law by Trump in December. The report states that, for the first time, the tax law is popular with a majority of Americans. The report states:
The Republican tax cut law, which once appeared overwhelmingly unpopular, is now supported by a narrow majority of Americans, according to a Survey Monkey poll published in The New York Times. Support is at 51% overall (up from 37% in December), 89% among Republicans and 19% among Democrats.
Other than Nancy Pelosi and her Democratic allies, who could be against lower taxes, higher wages, and a booming economy?
Pelosi has regularly opposed the tax reform, calling the billions of dollars given back to workers in the form of bonuses and pay raises “crumbs.”