White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders jabbed at reporters Wednesday over the Russian collusion narrative and which issues are really important to Americans.
NBC News’ Kristen Welker said in the briefing rom that it was a “leading story of the day” whether President Trump asked Andrew McCabe if he voted for him.
Sanders replied, “It’s not the leading story that most Americans care about. Even all of the polling that any person in here would take, I very seriously doubt that any person in America would list that as an issue that they care about, and frankly that’s what were focused on.” (RELATED: ‘Lucky You Guys’: Sarah Sanders Pokes Fun At Reporters Over Sitting In On DACA Meeting [VIDEO])
Sanders also had a bit of sass for Fox News Radio’s Jon Decker.
Decker said, “As you mentioned many times, the president has mentioned many times, ‘There is no collusion…'”
Sanders said, “I’m glad you guys are starting to echo that, too. If you could say it more and more when you’re on your networks, that would be really helpful.”
Sarah Sanders also got into it with NBC’s Peter Alexander over school shootings. Sanders said, “The fact that you’re basically accusing the president of being complicit in a school shooting is outrageous!” (RELATED: Sarah Sanders Unloads Both Barrels On Reporter For Trying To Blame Trump For School Shooting [VIDEO])