Listen: Press Secretary, President And Sarah Huckabee Sanders discussed on Here & Now
"Realized that they don't have the power to remove Kellyanne Conway the police aren't going to go in and take her out of the White House, so they called on the president and they use sort of their public bully pulpit to, you know, draw some headlines to this issue. But this is a law that really does require some level of compliance, by the president to follow the guidelines that are currently in the law and to get rid of people who break those guidelines. But if the president says, I don't wanna do that, the president and he has the authority to decide whether or not to follow through. And I think in this case, we're seeing pretty clearly that he's not going to follow through on this, Kellyanne Conway is going to be staying, Sarah Huckabee Sanders is not staying, this is over her own accord, the White House press secretary is stepping down at the end of the month. She. Has had a pretty adversary relationship with the press corps. And I wonder if you both can talk about that very briefly would what has been liked to work with her. Especially a press secretary who hasn't had a briefing at the White House in ninety five days. Sanders. It will be known as the press secretary, who killed the daily press briefing is what you would normally expect to be the main job of the press secretary to go out and brief the press on a daily basis and tell the American people, what the government and what the administration is doing. See, basically killed that. And even when she was doing briefings, there are a number of times where she came out and provided information that was not true. She's going to be known as someone who served as a loyal adviser to the president who was very close to the president who went far"