Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during Friday’s White House Press Briefing that it is “sad” and “unfortunate” that Susan Rice has chosen not to accept an invitation to testify in front of the Senate.
Huckabee Sanders, who serves as the deputy White House press secretary, responded to a question on whether President Trump thinks Congress should subpoena Rice.
“I think that’s a question for Congress,” she responded. “But I do think that it’s sad that she has chosen not to be transparent in this process and frankly, not to cooperate in this process.”
“We feel very confident that as all of this plays out, it will land on the right side of where we are, but I think it’s unfortunate for her and really has no bearing for us,” her answer concluded.