Sarah Sanders, press secretary at the White House, would have "never" the right time to resign and it has nothing to do with the president's comments on the foreign opposition's research, Said Saturday the predecessor of Sanders.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer speculated, while appearing on "Cavuto Live," that Sanders essentially wanted to spend time with his family.
"I think she's decided to serve her time, she's served that president, she wants to go back to Arkansas, she wants to spend time with her family."
He added that the unstable nature of the information cycle made it difficult to plan a particular departure date. Sanders "chose" a date and is committed to it, he said.
President Trump announced his departure just after the broadcast of an interview by ABC in which he indicated that he would not possibly inform the FBI of foreign attempts to serve him the opposition's research. . When Fox News host Neil Cavuto asked Spicer if this interview had an impact on his decision, he gave a categorical denial.
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"Absolutely not," he says. "Sarah has served for two years, and it's a long term for a job that is extremely intense in any administration – and [in] this administration, I think this is multiplied by a massive factor. "
After the news of Sanders' departure had been announced, one wondered who could replace her. According to rumors, Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley, First Lady spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham, and former State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert also reportedly intervened.
Spicer, while speaking with Cavuto, rejected rumors about his possible return to the White House.
"No, I'm not," he said. Since leaving the White House, Spicer has taken on the role of superpac America First Action spokesperson.
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"I have been honored to serve as White House Press Secretary, and I will never be able to express the gratitude I have for the President who is giving me this honor allowing me to serve the American people, but I I'm much more comfortable with spending my Saturday morning with you … talking about all the work America First is doing to elect this president. "