White House Claims Trump Keeps 'The World From Chaos'

Katrina Barker
October 10, 2017

She said, "Instead, she chose to wait until the president left, and then criticized him on TV".

"I think the president has a great frustration with the fact that a lot of times you have inaccurate information that's being presented as factual", Sanders said.

Of course, given that Trump today stole contraception coverage from likely millions of women, and stole civil rights protections from LGBT people by prioritizing religious rights, some might call that the storm too.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was scheduled to give an on-camera daily press briefing Friday. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) where he said that a select group of Trump administration officials "help separate our country from chaos", by making the assertion that it was President Donald Trump, himself, who is "keeping the world from chaos".

"What's the storm?" a reporter asked.

Huckabee Sanders also evaded reporters who noted that 2pm January 20th 2025 would be a couple of hours after a two-term Trump presidency would come to an end and who queried whether that was just a coincidence and wondered whether she wasn't just kicking the can down the road. A day later, Trump wrote in a pair of posts on Twitter, "I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful secretary of state, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man. He's been very clear that that's his number one priority, and if he feels action is necessary, he will take it". "So, I think we're quickly coming up to speed with what this is".

Still, news outlets have run stories since then claiming that Trump and Tillerson have clashed over staff and policy on Iran and North Korea and that their relationship has been damaged beyond fix.

"This is a White House press conference, not an opportunity for you to ask your own questions", Huckabee Sanders scolded those reporters before telegraphing some suggestions for preliminary agenda items for the nation's big talk about gun control.

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