Raj Shah may soon exit the White House, says CBS

Marsha Scott
June 17, 2018

Despite their own tense moments, CNN contributor April Ryan defended White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders amid a report that she planned to leave her post in the Trump administration.

The news agency further reports that Shah is considering an exit but has not yet finalized an end date.

Acosta asked Sanders in the briefing, "Where does it say in the Bible that it's moral to take children away from their mothers?" "I love my job and am honored to work for @POTUS", she tweeted.

Some of her most controversial jokes at the April dinner included comparing Sanders to Aunt Lydia from "The Handmaid's Tale" and saying the press secretary "burns facts and then she uses that ash to create a flawless smokey eye".

The job of White House press secretary is notoriously demanding.

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders refused to answer combative and pointed questioning by a reporter who was asking her if she had compassion for migrants whose families were being separated at the border.

"That is actually repeated a number of times throughout the Bible", she said as Acosta protested. "Again I'm not going to comment on the attorney's specific comments that I haven't seen".

Some of the vacant positions remain unfilled, and in fact, the Trump White House never fully staffed all the typical jobs.

Ms Sanders ignored the questions claiming the reporter was trying to "get more TV time". And each and every day, I'll pray for clarity and discernment on what my future looks like.

Mrs. Sanders, despite the reporter's vagueness about the Bible verse being quoted, accurately predicted Mr. Sessions' context when challenged on the issue. If this were happening at a private company, people would automatically assume that the leadership is bad, that nobody there knows what they're doing, and that the company was going to eventually tank. Kaelan Dorr, the White House's director of congressional communications, left in late May.

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