After Mueller, White House Press Secretary Is Toast

Sanders, who spoke to Mueller's investigators under oath, told them her use of the word "countless" was a "slip of the tongue".

Mrs. Sanders maintains she made a "slip of the tongue" while extemporaneously taking questions in May 2017.

Sanders answered: "It was the heat of the moment, meaning that it wasn't a scripted talking point".

Stephanopoulos further pointed out that, as the Mueller report noted, Sanders continued to say that "countless" Federal Bureau of Investigation employees had thanked Trump in other instances, not just the press briefing where Sanders said she had spoken "in the heat of the moment".

Mueller's team was interested in the decision making that ultimately led to the firing of Comey to determine whether or not the president was engaging in possible obstruction of justice. Then, on top of all that, she says the press is fake when she's faking reports from the people's house. If she refuses to relinquish her position at the podium, every White House correspondent should ask Sanders, every time she makes a statement: "Why should we believe you when you've lied to us?" or "Sarah, is this the truth or another slip of the tongue or another statement founded on nothing?" The Mueller report reveals that she confessed that these sweeping statements were simply made up (and these fictions had nothing to do with the president's decision to fire him, which was Sanders' claim).

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"The special counsel writes that those comments were not founded on anything".

Sanders is among scores of current and former White House officials who were interviewed by Mueller's team during the almost two-year investigation that examined whether Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian Federation during the 2016 election and whether the president tried to interfere with the inquiry. "My people see you and will do the same for you!" she tweeted. She added: "It's fire me Thursday or fire me Good Friday". She has been caught red-handed lying to the press and the American people.

"Sarah, hold on a second", Stephanopoulos said, pushing back on her claims, which contradicted the findings in Mueller's report. She claimed "the president's rhetoric matches" Democrats accusing Trump of collusion, which is "an accusation equal to treason, which is punishable by death in this country".

This isn't the first instance in which the credibility of Sanders, who speaks for the White House and is paid by American taxpayers, has come under scrutiny. "If you're caught in a lie, you should acknowledge it and figure out whether you can fix your reputation". This contradicts Trump saying it's a "complete exoneration".

April Ryan is not here for it, she told CNN, "Not only does she not have credibility, but she also lied". She further stated that President Trump privately praised her for the public dishonesty.

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