Former WH press secretary Sarah Sanders is calling the Democrats’ impeachment attempt against President Trump like she sees it.
Speaking on Fox News where she now contributes, Sanders spoke,
“This impeachment sham is doing nothing but helping Donald Trump get re-elected in 2020…The American people are tired of watching this. I think they’re happy with things the way that they are under this President.”
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Sarah also blasted Pelosi for claiming she "feels sad" about impeachment.
Watch all of what Sarah had to say about the Democrat impeachment sham and how it will help Trump stay in office for 4 more years here:
The Washington Examiner had the following to say about Sanders slamming Pelosi:
Sarah Sanders said Nancy Pelosi is sad this week for the wrong reasons.
Pelosi, the House speaker, told reporters before an expected vote on two articles of impeachment against President Trump on Wednesday that she was "sad" her caucus was undertaking such a serious political endeavor.
"She knows this Democrat scam is a generous in-kind contribution to President Trump and every Republican running against a Democrat in a Trump district," Sanders, Trump's former press secretary, said. "Too bad she’s too weak to stand up to the angry liberals in her party."
Nancy Pelosi “feels sad” about impeachment only because she knows this Democrat scam is a generous in-kind contribution to President Trump and every Republican running against a Democrat in a Trump district. Too bad she’s too weak to stand up to the angry liberals in her party.— Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) December 18, 2019
During debate on the House floor, Democrats claimed it brings them no joy to begin the process of removing Trump from office, but the facts surrounding the impeachment proceedings are too damning to sit idly by.
Sarah has also claimed that Trump will be "fully vindicated" in a fair Senate trial.
Fox News has more on this:
“We will move forward and the president will continue doing what he has done throughout the entire process,” Sanders told “America’s Newsroom,” one day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for articles of impeachment.
Sanders said the Senate trial will be much fairer to Trump, unlike the process in the House, expressing the hope that it will be done quickly so lawmakers can address the business of the country.
Pelosi’s announcement on Thursday comes after a heated House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday featuring four law professors — most of them Democrat-invited witnesses who presented arguments for impeachment.