Girl, you don’t know me like that, so you need to step off. That’s basically what White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told Trump-hating reporter April Ryan when she tried to put words in Sanders’ mouth.
The brouhaha erupted after Ryan asked Sanders if Rudy Giuliani — a former federal prosecutor who’s now on President Trump’s legal team — made a mistake by revealing that Trump had reimbursed his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, for the $130,000 paid to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Ryan asked: “Did Rudy Giuliani do harm to the president today and last night in his conversations with Fox?” Sanders replied, “I don’t believe so.”
Ryan than interjected, as she usually does, by demanding: “Why didn’t Giuliani talk to the White House press office about his impacting stellar statement about what was happening?”
Sanders quipped with a smile: “The White House press office wouldn’t coordinate with the president’s outside legal team on legal strategy.” (Duh!)
Things then went off the rails when April Ryan told Sarah Sanders how she (Sanders) supposedly felt about Giuliani’s statement. “You said yourself you were blindsided!” Ryan puffed.
Sanders replied, “I didn’t use that term.”
Ryan insisted that she knew how Sanders felt: “Okay, I said it. You were blindsided.”
That’s when Sanders clapped back with this retort: “With all due respect, you don’t know much about me in what I feel and what I don’t.”
This latest exchange is one of many disrespectful, absurd confrontations Sanders deals with on a daily basis from leftist “reporters” who write anti-Trump propaganda masquerading as “news.”
As BizPac Review previously reported, Ryan was widely slammed in April 2018 after asking Sanders if President Trump is planning to step down amid the fruitless Robert Mueller investigation.
“No, and I think that’s an absolutely ridiculous question,” Sanders replied.
Sarah Sanders was not alone in scorching April Ryan for the most 'ridiculous' and 'cowardly' question of the year https://t.co/PJqdjopLVo
— ?? Jack Ralph ?? ??? (@NevadaJack2) April 12, 2018
But April Ryan is used to being a laughing stock. She recently made headlines for not knowing the difference between net worth and annual income.
April Ryan, a White House correspondent who, it appears, doesn't know the difference between "Net Worth" and "Yearly Income" pic.twitter.com/8ikttDJYfO
— Hardhat Patriot (@Hardhat_Patriot) March 16, 2017
In November 2017, Ryan was widely mocked on social media for suggesting that Sarah Sanders — a Southern mom — did not bake her own pecan pie for Thanksgiving.
“Show it to us on a table,” Ryan demanded. Bless her heart.
Despite her unprofessional behavior, the CNN contributor still demands special treatment from the Trump administration.
In December 2017, Ryan whined that she wasn’t invited to the White House Christmas party. “I wasn’t invited, and I am so good!” she puffed on YouTube. “I had not planned to go anyway.”
Yeah, Ryan was so happy she wasn’t invited that she devoted an entire video to gloating how happy she was about it. Ladies and gentlemen: This is your mainstream media today.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) December 4, 2017
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