‘My Credibility Is Probably Higher Than The Media’ — Sarah Sanders Crushes A Reporter Over Who Really Tells The Truth

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that her “credibility is probably higher than the media’s” during a press briefing Tuesday.


“Why should Americans be able to trust that what they hear from this White House is always the truth?” a reporter asked.

“Once again, I don’t know how many times I have to address this,” Sanders said.

“But, I work every single day to give you accurate and up to date information, and I’m going to continue to do that. Frankly, I think my credibility is probably higher than the media’s. And I think that in large part, that’s because you guys spend more of your time focused on attacking the president instead of reporting the news.”

“I think that if you spent more time reporting the news instead of trying to tear me down, you might actually see we’re working hard trying to provide you good information and provide that same good information to the American people. John? Sorry, Andrew. I gave you quite a bit of time.” (RELATED: Where Was The Apology For Trump? — Sarah Sanders’ Responds To Roseanne Question)

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