Sarah Sanders Shuts Down NBC’s Reporter After He Repeatedly Asked If Trump Is ‘Above The Law’ (VIDEO)

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is a strong woman who is not afraid to speak the truth. She is not that kind of a girl who will just stand there and listen to the liberal media constant attacks! No, she did something that made us all proud of her!

Sarah Huckabee-Sanders was bombarded with questions today about President Trump’s recent tweet saying he could “pardon” himself.
NBC’s Peter Alexander asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders if President Trump thinks he’s “above the law,” during Monday’s press briefing.

“Does the president believe that he is above the law?” Alexander asked.

“Certainly not, the president hasn’t done anything wrong,” Sanders said.

“The question is, does the president believe the framers envisioned a system where the president can pardon himself, where the president could be above the law?” he said.

“Certainly, the Constitution very clearly lays out the law. Once again, the president hasn’t done anything wrong, and we feel very comfortable on that front.”

Alexander then continued to ask the same question while Sanders was attempting to move to other reporters. The two went back and forth until he said, “I’ll just keep asking if I can…”

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Sarah brightens every day!! Her response was just brilliant. She just shot back saying: “No, you can’t actually.” She later moved on to another reporter.

Sarah Sanders is one loyal woman that speaks her mind and not just the President’s words. She is one tough, sensible, and patriotic woman. She is appropriate and stands up for this nation’s values and principles. She is truly an asset to the Trump team.

Sarah gave this liberal reporter the treatment he deserves!
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