What Sarah Sanders Revealed About Barack Obama Will Doom Him To Dustbin Of American History

An arrogant reporter asked Sarah Sanders a dumb question about President Trump and his immigration policies. Sarah shot back and silenced her with a brilliant answer about the lawless Obama.

With one brilliant answer, Sarah exposed a media double standard, silenced a liberal reporter, and reminded Barack Obama why his legacy is doomed to the ash heap of history.

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Good job Sarah!

From The Daily Wire:

National Public Radio (NPR) reporter Ayesha Rascoe pressed Sanders on President Donald Trump’s recent tweets, wherein the POTUS said he’d like to see illegals quickly sent back to their country, “no judges or court cases.”

“Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order. Most children come without parents,” wrote Trump via Twitter on Sunday. “Our Immigration policy, laughed at all over the world, is very unfair to all of those people who have gone through the system legally and are waiting on line for years!”

“What is this administration planning to do to make it so you don’t have to see a judge?” Rascoe asked.

Sanders explained to the reporter that there are already “multiple instances” where there is so-called “expedited removal,” but added, “if someone comes through a port of entry, seeking asylum, those cases and that process will be heard.”

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“The president has laid out what he would like to see,” the press secretary continued. “We’ve put out the things that we want to see in an immigration package, months ago. We’re still waiting on Congress to give us the ability to do that.”

Unsatisfied with Sanders’ response, Rascoe pushed back, “So unless Congress acts, nothing is actually going to change. The administration is not changing anything right now when it comes to judges.”

Sanders fired back: “You mean, are we walking around making up laws? No, because we’re not the Obama Administration. We’re enforcing the laws on the books. We’re asking Congress to do their part in the process and pass new legislation that will fix our immigration system.”