Listen: Four candidates at top of Trump's list to replace Sarah Sanders
"Are now four kids at the top of the president's list to replace Sarah Sanders. That's the job that I said, I, I would want nothing. No who, who would want that job to be the press secretary. That is a tough enough job as it is. Let alone during this administration. That is just a that you talk about a meat grinder. So we know Sarah Sanders is stepping down. President Trump according to Reuters has four leading candidates under consideration to replace her. They are White House deputy press secretary, HOGAN Gidley, HOGAN Gidley. First lady Melania Trump's communications director. Stephanie grisham. Former State Department spokeswoman, Heather Nauert. You may remember her. She was on Fox News for many years, Heather Nauert and outgoing treasury department spokesman Tony Sega essay, why h anyway, the source said, uncondition of anonymity HOGAN, Gidley, Stephanie, Grisham, header, Howard, Tony, saying, or Sega Sanders announced, of course yesterday. She's stepping down at the end of this month. Couple more weeks left. She's been on the job, two years. She's going to return to her home in the state of Arkansas. She will do nothing but relax. For a long, long time. I will give credit to Sarah Sanders. In this way, she did a much better job than spicy did Sean Spicer. That was that was tense and uncomfortable and awkward and tough to watch and tough to listen to. And I think what Sarah Sanders came along cook. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Anders Huckabee, whatever which she came along. She brought a certain amount of normalcy and I'm using air quotes here on the radio normalcy to that position. And normalcy to what that job entails and make no mistake about it. Being the press secretary for President Trump is unlike any other press secretary or press secretary's responsibilities for any prior president because in the end we'll look when when you're in that position, you are always. Really speaking for one person the president. But for this president, I really believe that not only are you speaking on his behalf. But you are also out there, trying to appease, and please, that president always whenever you work in the White House. You're clearly working. At the pleasure of the president trying to please him. But. What Spicer and what Sarah Sanders has had to do is been on a completely different level in terms of working to satisfy the man behind the resolute desk in the Oval Office. This has been something, an a completely other level, which brings me back to my original question. Who in the heck would want this job? I mean it's a no win situation to begin with. And it really is a job that. It really is a job for somebody who is willing to walk really blindly down the path and follow an avenue that rightly or wrongly whatever you believe, personally, you've gotta pedal, the narrative of the day, and you have to peddle the narrative, coming from, again, in this case, the Oval Office, which is always very difficult, which is always, or I should say, we can oftentimes be personally conflicting, but for this president for this administration. The office of press secretary is as unique one as we have ever seen. And whether it's HOGAN Gidley, Stephanie Grisham, Heather Nauert are Tony sag. I'm butchering that name if Tony gets the job will, obviously, get the name. Right. But if it's one of those four people."