Sarah Huckabee Sanders being asked to leave the Red Hen is not worthy of media coverage, according to former Obama advisor Ben Rhodes.
The President of the United States is threatening to do away with the rule of law. His press secretary didn't get served at a Red Hen. One of these things matters and the other doesn't.
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) June 24, 2018
They both matter, but you need to settle on a narrative.
A. President Trump is not “doing away with the rule of law.”
B. Why should the White House press secretary getting kicked out of a restaurant not be news?
The president has become a supreme dictator with total control.
The president's staff can't get a table at a restaurant.
Pick one. https://t.co/rAJC9elOds
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) June 24, 2018
It is interesting how the “rule of law” has suddenly become very important to Obama administration alums after they misplaced the Constitution for the better part of eight years.
Because Ben Rhodes and the administration he worked for were all about the rule of law, you see. That and foreign policy expertise. https://t.co/m2kqXWLlBI
— ryuge (@0ryuge) June 24, 2018
"Do away with the rule of law?"
Up is down, down is up https://t.co/gN0nwwFCWJ
— Rebeccah Heinrichs (@RLHeinrichs) June 24, 2018
Whether or not Rhodes would admit it, this story would be covered with greater intensity if it were Jay Carney, Robert Gibbs or Josh Earnest getting thrown out of a restaurant during the Obama administration.