Heartless libs pile on emotional Huckabee Sanders for reading 9-yr-old’s fan mail to President Trump

Displaying a skepticism absent under President Donald Trump’s predecessor, many in the media scoffed at an endearing letter to the president from a 9-year-old boy calling himself “Pickle.”

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders read the letter at Wednesday’s press briefing to a chilly reception, despite her own emotional investment. Of course, with young Pickle stating early on that Trump was his “favorite president,” this is not entirely perplexing.

“I like you so much that I had a birthday about you,” the young boy wrote before asking Trump if they can be friends.

Watch a choked-up Sanders read the letter below:

As skepticism over whether the letter was real grew online — a by-product of Trump Derangement Syndrome — the press secretary released a copy of the letter on social media:

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New York Magazine’s Wahington correspondent Olivia Nuzzi seemed to encapsulate the mentality of the media toward the Trump White House with a series of hate-filled tweets responding to the letter, beginning with this literary gem:

She goes on to say that “this is uhhhh not what the briefing is for,” adding that it’s “just propaganda.”

Nuzzi openly questioned the whether the letter was real.

“The White House has released what they claim is the letter from Dylan,” she tweeted.

Speaking of gems, how about this offering from Andy Lassner, the executive producer of “The Ellen Show”…

Here’s a sampling of other snarky, often hateful responses from what the media would have been celebrated under former President Barack Obama as a “feel-good moment.”




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