White House Reporters Scoff At Sarah Sanders Over Mueller Remarks

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The White House operates as if it is floating on a gauzy cloud of deliberate psychological manipulation. The goal under Donald Trump has been to create confusion in a situation that leaves people questioning their own reality. As a result, POTUS’ view of the world causes the American people speechless and stunned while groping to wrap their minds around the world of Trump. Today was a perfect example of such manipulation.

Fortunately with the exception of Fox News, the press has not succumbed to this play. Secretary of the Press Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried her best “circular logic” on reporters by insisting that the man who occasionally sits in the Oval Office has been fully exonerated. The reporters assigned to the White House began to scoff her crazy-making language.

Sanders claimed:

‘.@PressSec: “Certainly the process would be for Congress. But that’s not necessary because it’s already been done…there was no collusion…just because Democrats don’t like the result of the 2016 election or the Mueller Report doesn’t mean they get a do-over.”‘

Breakfast Media White House Reporter Andrew Feinberg tweeted:

‘Asked whether he’d been exonerated by Congress, @PressSec displays some textbook circular logic: “We think the President has been fully and completely exoneration based on the fact that was no collusion, there was no conspiracy, and there was no obstruction.”‘

Feinberg continued:

‘Asked whether the “process other than the criminal justice system” Mueller spoke of meant Congress, @PressSec says “yes, but.” “Certainly the process would be for Congress, but that’s not necessary because it’s already been done,” she said.’

One of the reporters at the briefing said:

‘…the Constitution requires a process outside the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing.’

She agreed that the special counsel said that Congress should decide whether Trump had committed crime. On the other hand, she noted that Congress need not do anything, because the president was “exonerated.” A sitting president could not be indicted:

‘Certainly the process would be for Congress, but that’s not necessary because it’s already been done. We think the President has been fully and completely exonerated based on the fact that was no collusion, there was no conspiracy, and there was no obstruction.’

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