Sarah Sanders really had her work cut out for her when she took to the podium for today’s White House press briefing. We certainly don’t envy her … the news today alone is enough to overwhelm anyone who has to try to explain it. But maybe the media shouldn’t make it quite so obvious that they’re so eager to see her fail.
Take CNN political director David Chalian, for instance. This was his take on the briefing:
CNN's @DavidChalian after briefing: "Circle May 3rd on your calendar, because this is the day that we will look back on, in this briefing, where Sarah Sanders made it so painfully clear that she has lost credibility with the American people, with the reporters in that room."
— Michael Calderone (@mlcalderone) May 3, 2018
Is that so, David?
In other words, she's now like CNN. https://t.co/3f7Fc3aB1Y
— jon gabriel (@exjon) May 3, 2018
Oooooof. He walked right into that one.
And since Chalian clearly can’t get enough smacks with the reality bat:
??? This jackass thinks losing credibility with the WH press corps and the American people is the same thing! What a dumbass! https://t.co/5BzOlCn3jw
— Ben Wilhelm (@THEBenWilhelm) May 3, 2018
Hate to break it to you, David, but it seems that even on her worst day, Sarah Sanders’ reputation is still better than CNN’s. And the rest of the MSM’s, for that matter.