3/11/19: White House Press Briefing
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3/11/19: White House Press Briefing


Ms. Sanders: Good afternoon.
President Trump’s 2020 budget, which was released today,
builds upon incredible success and keeps his promises
to the American people. It continues the President’s
pro-job creation policies, keeps taxes low,
combats the opioid epidemic, protects our veterans,
defends our nation, and secures our borders. Even with a strong economy,
deficits are still a threat, and this budget demonstrates
the President’s vision to restrain Washington spending and reach
a balanced budget by 2034. This is a clear roadmap for a
more fiscally responsible future if Congress chooses
to follow it. To talk about the President’s
budget proposal and take questions on the topic,
I’d like to bring up Acting Director of OMB
Russ Vought. After that, I’ll be back up
to take questions of the day. Acting Director Vought: Thanks,
Sarah. Good afternoon everyone.
Happy budget day. The Press: Happy budget day. Acting Director Vought: Today
we have released the President’s fiscal year
2020 budget, “A Budget for a Better America:
Promises Kept. Taxpayers First.” This budget reflects the
President’s priorities to ensure that all Americans
can benefit from the nation’s
historic economic boom and record-low unemployment. No President has done more
in two years to strengthen our military,
restart our economy, and reform our government
than President Trump — promises he made
while running for office. This great progress
is threatened by our unsustainable
national debt, which has nearly doubled under
the previous administration and now stands
at more than $22 trillion. Annual deficits
are continuing to rise and will exceed
a trillion dollars a year. And it’s projected that interest
payments on the national debt will exceed military
spending by 2024. Washington has
a spending problem and it endangers the future
prosperity of our nation for generations to come. This budget contains nearly
$2.7 trillion in savings, more spending reductions proposed than any administration
in history. This budget will balance
in 15 years. Last year, President Trump
directed federal agencies to meet a target
of a 5 percent reduction to non-defense
discretionary spending. I’m proud to report to you today that we have achieved
that target. In terms of the economy,
our GDP grew by 3.1 percent over the four quarters
of fiscal year 2018. While many claimed we were
guilty of wishful thinking, we’ve met our economic forecast
two years in a row — the first administration
to ever do that. We are confident that the
President’s historic tax reforms,
deregulation, trade policy, unleashing American energy will
continue our economic growth. Economic policies in this budget
will generate more than enough revenue to pay
for the cost of the tax cut. The fiscal year 2020 President’s
budget outlines a number of key priorities
for the administration to continue to pursue. The budget supports public
and private school choice through a federal tax credit of
up to $50 billion over 10 years. While this administration
has made major progress toward streamlining
our infrastructure permitting, we continue to request
an additional $200 billion to lever up to a trillion
dollars in total spending. It’s the government’s
responsibility to protect the American people,
the homeland, and the American way of life. The budget requests $750 billion
for our national defense. And to be clear, this is not
funding for endless wars, this is for research
and development and procurement to fund
the most awe-inspiring military the world has ever known. In addition, federal resources
and frontline defenders are overwhelmed
at the southern border. And the fiscal year 2020 budget
provides sizeable funding of an $8.6 billion
for full completion of the wall and other border
security resources. In terms of other major reforms, the administration
is proposing uniform work requirements for Medicaid,
TANF, SNAP — or food stamps —
and certain housing programs. We can help low-income families and end dependency
on government benefits by strengthening
work requirements. The administration also wants
to lower drug costs. The budget proposes
a drug pricing strategy that puts American patients
first, promotes generics, and reduces out-of-pocket costs. This administration has also
identified a number of wasteful,
inefficient programs. For example, we can save
hundreds of millions of dollars by right-sizing and reforming
the underperforming programs like Job Corps, a residential youth
training program that has made headlines
in recent years for the number of security
incidents at the facilities. Or take the $600 million that we
spend at 85 different cultural and exchange programs
at the Department of State, despite the fact
that only 1 percent of the 1 million students
that come to this country to study ever benefitted
from that program, and the fact that,
at the State Department, these programs doubled
in the last 10 to 15 years. This budget is yet
another fiscally responsible and commonsense spending plan
from President Trump. The President has continually
called for fiscal restraint and will persist in his efforts
to end the wasteful spending. Thank you, everyone. And with that, I’m ready
to take some questions. John. The Press: Russ,
there are concerns by some budget watchdogs that money that’s in the
Overseas Contingency Operations budget will end up building a
barrier on the southern border. Can you allay concerns
of some of these folks that none of that money would
be used to build a barrier? Acting Director Vought: We do
not request any OCO money —
overseas counterinsurgency money — for the purchasing of — or for
the completion of the wall. We do have emergency spending
that we devote to it, and we continue
the military rebuild by asking for what’s necessary
to complete the wall. That does include
military construction funding. So what we do is we both
backfill in fiscal year ’19 any funding that is used
in military construction. And in fiscal year 2020, we asked for Congress
to appropriate these dollars. The Press: And one other
question about defense, if I could, Russ. It also calls —
the budget also calls for the purchase of eight F-15s. And there are concerns
that you’re going to lower the number of F-35s
that we bought. What’s the reason
for buying the F-15s? Acting Director Vought: We go
along the lines of what the Defense Department has requested with
their five-year defense program. It’s an allocation
of different plans, including the F-35
and the F-18 — the Super Hornets. So this is something that has
been requested by the military, and we think it’s something
that will make sense when Congress considers it. Jon. The Press: Yeah.
Just two questions. One, you mentioned
what the President promised during the campaign. During the campaign,
he also promised that he would eliminate
the national debt within eight years. And as you know, the debt
at the end of his first year was at $20 trillion; last year
it went to $21 trillion; last month, $22 trillion. So what happened
to that promise? I mean, the President has added
historically large numbers to the national debt instead of keeping a promise
to actually pay it off. Acting Director Vought: Look,
again, the last administration nearly doubled
the national debt. And when this President
ran for office, he made a commitment
to the American people that he would attempt to tackle
the debt within eight years. This President did that
the very first year that he came to office
by sending forth a budget that balanced within 10 years and had more spending reductions
than any in history. The Press: But he’s added $2
trillion — more than $2 trillion
to the national debt. Acting Director Vought: He also
came into office and had an economic recovery that was needed to put
people back to work, get the economy going,
and to rebuild the military, and had historic levels
of military at $700 [billion] and $716 billion
in national defense dollars. At the same time, Congress has
been ignoring the President’s spending reductions
for the last two years. It’s only now
in our third budget that they’re willing to have
a conversation about the national debt. We’ve been trying to have it
since we got to office. The President is putting
forward these reductions: He’s putting forward
a 5 percent cut to non-defense
discretionary spending. He’s putting forward reforms
to mandatory programs that are on autopilot while keeping his commitment
to American seniors by not making changes
to Medicare and Social Security. The Press: Two quick questions.
One, to go back to — to drill down a little bit
on what Jon Karl asked. If the deficit
is such a problem, why not at least cut the rate of
increase to the defense budget? And secondly, he had said
“promises kept,” but we’re cutting Medicare. How does that keep his promise
to the American people? Acting Director Vought: He’s
not cutting Medicare in this budget. What we are doing
is putting forward reforms that lower drug prices, that because Medicare
pays a very large share of drug prices
in this country, it has the impact
of finding savings. We’re also finding waste,
fraud, and abuse. But Medicare spending will go up
every single year by healthy margins,
and there are no structural changes for Medicare
beneficiaries. The Press: But as for
the defense budget, why not at least
cut the rate of increase if the deficit
is of such concern — it’s in the trillions — why not
cut at least the increase? Acting Director Vought: Because
he’s the Commander-In-Chief and he thinks it’s important
to secure the country. It’s one of his most basic
constitutional responsibilities. The military put forward
a five-year defense plan. It was done over a series
of years about the needs, which gets back
to Jon’s question. We are going along with that
five-year defense plan. In addition, we’re putting
additional dollars towards the military
construction funds that we have tapped. Fred.
The Press: Yeah. Thanks, Russ. Yeah, a couple. One, could you address two major
drivers in long-term spending, which would be baseline
budgeting and entitlement spending in general? And secondly, this seems maybe
a little bit more ambitious in terms of savings than previous budgets
you’ve proposed. And I wondered
why that would be, since you’re now dealing
with Democratic House, whereas in the past you might
have been able to get more (inaudible)? Acting Director Vought: It’s
very in line with previous budgets.
We balance in 15 years. Our first budget balanced in 10. One of the reasons that we were
unable to balance quicker is because it gets harder each
and every year that Congress doesn’t go along
with our spending reductions. You mentioned mandatory
spending; it is a driver. We have more reforms than any
President’s budget in history. But look, what has happened
for far too long is that Congress
has blamed mandatory spending and then increased
discretionary spending, which they have a vote on every
single year, by large degrees. They continue to let a paradigm
exist in this country that says: For every dollar
in defense spending, we’re going to increase
non-defense spending by a dollar. We think we need
to break that paradigm. We don’t think that
that paradigm allows us to be able to get
our fiscal house in order. The Press: Thanks, Russ.
Realistically, the administration
is not going to get $8.6 billion for wall
funding through this budget. Are there other
executive actions that you have been looking at
in order to pursue — but despite the national
emergency being declared and
the Treasury Asset Forfeiture and the drug enforcement
dollars — that you could use
in order to continue to fill
the additional funding that you say
is necessary for the wall? Acting Director Vought:
Right now, we are focused
on spending the money that Congress gave us
in the last appropriations bill and the money
that we have identified as part of declaring
a national emergency and spending that well. And this $8.6 billion
is geared towards what we would need in addition
to complete that wall. The Press: Russ, I mean, I know
this administration has talked about the importance
of infrastructure, and you propose a $200 billion
infrastructure this year. But last year, there were cuts
to other programs that caused — would’ve caused a net decrease
to infrastructure spending. So would there be a net
increase in infrastructure spending under this budget? Acting Director Vought:
What most people refer to when they look
and make that assertion is they’re looking at the fact
that the trust fund doesn’t have enough
revenues coming into it. This budget looks
at the baseline and assumes that
to be the case. But we are totally ready and
willing to talk with Congress about how to ensure that
there’s additional dollars in the Federal Trust Fund and to put forward
additional $200 billion in new investment
to make sure that it’s not just a surface
transportation bill; that when we need
money for broadband or other infrastructure, that is also something
that we can pursue. The Press: Russ, thanks.
So it sounds like you’re saying that the administration
needed to take on deficit spending the first couple years because the economy
needed the kick. But we also hear
from the administration that this is an economy
that is roaring right now. So with that being the premise, how do you square
having deficits in 2019, 2020, ’21, and 2022,
four years going forward, of trillion-plus-dollar
deficits? How is that fiscal
conservatism? Acting Director Vought:
I wouldn’t say that we needed deficits
to get the economy started. I would say that we put forward
spending reductions that were aimed
at a balanced budget, and we have each
and every year. We do have large deficits. That’s why we’re here
transparently saying that we have a problem
as a country. It takes a long time
to get out of that mess. We came into office and faced $
10.5 trillion right off the bat. And instead of being with us
and considering our proposals, and allowing us to make
the factual case for why the American people
would be better off under these reforms, Congress just hasn’t been
willing to play ball, even though they have
the power of the purse. The Press: It seems like —
Russ, just to pick up
on that real quick. It seems like one of the ways
you’re trying to go at it is by reducing non-defense
discretionary spending. Defense spending over
the next years is $7 trillion, but non-defense discretionary,
$5 trillion. Do you really believe
that Congress is going to yank spending down that significantly
over the next decade? Acting Director Vought: We
believe that every budget is an opportunity to put forward
our vision of the next 10 years. We are doing that
in this budget, and we are saying
to the American people: We can no longer afford
the paradigm that Congress
keeps giving us, which is that we’re never
going to make any tradeoffs; that we’re never going to align
what we spend with what we take in;
that we’re not going to do what every family
does across the country and trying to figure out
what they can afford before they go out and spend. So, yes, we are trying to say that we need to continue
to secure the country. We need to continue
to secure the border. We’re not going to be
bashful about that. But at the same time,
we’re also going to say that we have many,
many programs that are wasteful and inefficient
that we can longer afford. Phil. The Press: Russ, you called
on me next. I’m sorry, Russ,
you came to me. Acting Director Vought: Sure. The Press: (Inaudible)
the next question. I want to go the least of these:
welfare reform and SNAP. How much money is proposed for
this Welfare to Work Initiative with job training?
And also, with SNAP, what are the lessons learned
that you’re trying to, I guess, reshape
this harvest box proposal? Because it came under
great criticism before, and now you’re
proposing it again. Could you talk
about those two issues? Acting Director Vought:
It did receive criticism, but we thought those criticisms
were unmerited, and we’re not going to walk
away from the proposal as it pertains
to the harvest box. Look, we think
there’s nothing wrong with putting forward
a reform that says, “In addition to your
normal food stamps spending benefits that
you would get at the retail, that you would get
a harvest box that allows you to get
a more balanced meal and to save money to the
taxpayers at the same time.” In terms of work requirements, it’s something that has
long been viewed as a success since the 1990s.
We expand on it. It is something
that we have long viewed as important to be able to say — take the same principles
of reducing dependency that we saw in TANF and then apply them to housing
and to food stamps, and to Medicaid. The Press: But there are
some people that slip through the cracks
and they may need job training. Are there funds proposed
for job training, if you’re going to do this
Welfare to Work Initiative? Acting Director Vought:
Absolutely. The Department of Labor receives
an adequate amount of funding in an era where we have
$1 trillion deficits. There will be many, many
workforce development programs that are funded
as part of this budget. Phil. The Press: A lot of
the discussion has been in terms of federal debt, but can you address that the
federal unfunded liabilities, where does that
number stand right now? And what does this budget do to
address that much larger number? Acting Director Vought: Look,
we have a lot of debts as a country. We’re trying to take it
on head on. We’re trying to say that
$22 trillion is not acceptable and we can’t go forward
with trillion dollars every single year,
and that the way to start doing that is to pursue
the types of reforms where we think that the American
people will have an opportunity to see how their lives would be
better off under our proposals. We do that in federal
retirement benefits. We do that in student loans.
We do that in welfare reforms. We think that in each one
of these scenarios, we’re going to be able
to encourage the kind of conversation that allows us
to get our house in order. Ms. Sanders: Thank you, Russ. Lastly, quick comment: We extend
our prayers to the loved ones, friends and family, of those
killed in the tragic crash of Ethiopian Airlines
flight ET302. At least eight U.S. citizens
were among the victims. We are working with
the government of Ethiopia and Ethiopian Airlines to offer
all possible assistance. With that, I will take
your questions. John. The Press: Sarah, the President
said that Democrats hate Jewish people,
according to a recent report. We’ve also seen him tweet
in the last couple of days that Democrats are the, quote,
“anti-Jewish party.” Does the President really
believe Democrats hate Jews? Ms. Sanders: Look, the
President has been an unwavering and committed ally to Israel
and the Jewish people. And, frankly, the remarks
that have been made by a number of Democrats and failed to be called out
by Democrat leadership is, frankly, abhorrent
and it’s sad. And it’s something
that should be called by name. It shouldn’t be put in
a watered-down resolution. It should be done the way
the Republicans did it when Steve King
made terrible comments. We called it out by name. We stripped him of
his committee memberships. And we’d like to see
Democrats follow suit. The Press: But I ask —
first of all, you mentioned Steve King. The President — correct me
if I’m wrong — has not condemned Steve King for what he said
praising white supremacy. Has the President publicly
come out and said anything
to criticize or condemn? Ms. Sanders: I speak on behalf
of the President on a number of topics, and I have talked about
that a number of times. And I’d refer you back
to those comments where I used words like
“abhorrent” and “unacceptable.” John. The Press: We’re getting some
word that the President plans to nominate Patrick Shanahan
later this week to be the Secretary of Defense, elevating him
from the Acting position. Can you tell us whether or not
that is going to happen? Ms. Sanders: I am not going to
make any personnel announcements at this time. I can tell you
that the President has a great deal of respect for Acting Defense Secretary
Shanahan. He likes him. And when the President
is ready to make announcement on that front,
he certainly will. The Press: Just one more.
There are a lot of “actings” in the administration
these days. Any possibility
of removing “acting” from Mick Mulvaney’s title? Ms. Sanders: Certainly
a lot of possibility there. Some of the reason
that we have “actings” is because we’re waiting
on the confirmation process, at least for a couple
of those folks. And we hope that
that moves forward quickly. The Press: Sarah, I wanted
to follow up on what the latest
with China is. Has the President made an offer
for a Mar-a-Lago date? And there’s also some reports
that the Chinese feel the President is an unreliable
negotiating partner after walking out
on the North Korea talks. Ms. Sanders: Well, let me start
with the first one. In terms of whether or not
we have a date set, not yet. We’re continuing
the negotiations with China. When we have an announcement
for the two leaders to sit down, we’ll certainly let you know. The second part? The Press: And what would
you say to the concerns by the Chinese that
the President is an unreliable negotiating partner
after the talks with North Korea broke down
and he walked away from that? Ms. Sanders: I would say
that’s absurd. The President is going to make
a deal if it’s a good deal. He’s going to make a deal if it’s in the best interest
of America. And if he doesn’t feel like
it’s a good deal, it’s not worth just signing
a piece of paper. And the President didn’t feel
like what was on the table was enough.
The President is 100 percent committed to denuclearization
of the Peninsula, and he’s going to make sure that whatever we do furthers
that process. We’ll see what happens
with North Korea, the same way we’re going to see
what happens in the negotiations with China.
They’re ongoing. And the President is going to
make sure whatever deal we get is in our best interest — that it’s fair
and reciprocal trade; that it protects
our intellectual property; and that it actually
has safeguards to make sure that the Chinese follow through with whatever commitments
that they make. Blake. The Press: Sarah, picking up
on that, does the President
have any plans to speak with President Xi
over the phone? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of any scheduled calls. But if we have any,
we’ll certainly keep you posted. The Press: Is that the most
likely step here, that they speak
on the phone beforehand? Or is it possible
that these two still meet at the end of the month
or at the beginning? Ms. Sanders: We’re going to
keep everything on the table. Again, negotiations are ongoing. The President’s team, as well
as the Chinese delegation, continue conversations. And when they feel like
it’s time for the two leaders to sit down,
we’ll make that happen. Francesca.
The Press: Thanks, Sarah. I have a
news-of-the-day question but I didn’t get to ask
my budget question before. So, can I try — Ms. Sanders: You missed
a big moment. The Press: I did. Ms. Sanders: The guy
with all the details. The Press: All right. So, in the budget,
the way that I see it — and there’s a lot of pages
to go through — it keeps referring
to Western Hemisphere with regards to foreign aid
spending but nothing specifically
about Central America. The President has said
that he wants to cut money to Central America.
In fact, he could cut it all. Is that in the budget?
Is that (inaudible)? Ms. Sanders: I don’t have any
specific update on that front. I don’t think
there’s a different policy. The Press: All right.
On the news of the day, the big vote is coming up
this week in the Senate on the resolution with regards
to the national emergency. What is the President
doing to stop a rebellion among Republican senators?
We know that a rising number — it’s been reported as many as
10 or 15 — to vote against that. What’s the President
doing about that? Ms. Sanders: He’s doing
his job. He’s doing what Congress
should be doing. He took an oath of office,
and he has a constitutional duty to protect the people
of this country. We have a humanitarian
and national security crisis at our border, and the President is doing
his job in addressing it. He gave Congress
a number of opportunities to actually address it,
and they’ve failed to do so. So the President is taking
his constitutional authority that Congress granted him. Let’s not forget, the only
reason he has the authority to call a national emergency is because Congress
gave him the right to do so. They failed to do their job. The President
is fulfilling his duty, and he’s going to make sure
he does what is necessary to protect the people of this
country and secure our borders. The Press: I meant more along
the lines of calls or meetings that he might be taking
with senators who he believes could be voting
for that resolution. Ms. Sanders: Certainly,
we talk to a number of members every single day, certainly at the presidential
and the staff level. And we’re going to continue
to engage with them in this process. The Press: Sarah,
what is the administration specifically doing to look
into Secretary Acosta’s role in the secret plea deal
for Jeffrey Epstein? Does the President have
any misgivings about the role that this top official
played in this deal? Ms. Sanders: That’s currently
under review. Because of that, I can’t get
into a lot of specifics, but we’re certainly
looking at it. Hallie. The Press: Do you have a
timeline for that review, Sarah? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of a specific timeline. The Press: So I have
a question for you, but I also have a follow-up
to my colleague because I didn’t hear you
actually answer the question. So, yes or no: Does the President truly believe
that Democrats hate Jews? Ms. Sanders: I am not going
to comment on a potentially
leaked document. I can tell you what —
The Press: (Inaudible.) Does he think Democrats
hate Jewish people, as he said on the South Lawn? Ms. Sanders: I think that
they’ve had a lot of opportunities
over last few weeks to condemn
some abhorrent comments. The Press: But I’m asking about
the President specifically. Ms. Sanders: I’m trying
to answer you. If you’d stop talking,
I’ll finish my statement. The Press: Just
a yes-or-no question. Ms. Sanders: The President
has had — and laid out clearly
his position on this matter. Democrats have had
a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments
and have refused to do that. That’s a question, frankly, I think you should ask Democrats
what their position is, since they’re unwilling
to call this what it is, and call it out by name,
and take actual action — The Press: So is that a yes? Ms. Sanders: — against members
who have done things like this, like the Republicans have done when they had
the same opportunity. The Press: So I want to ask you
about Paul Manafort, but I just want
to be very clear. You’re not answering
the question. Is there a reason? Ms. Sanders: I believe
I answered it twice. The Press: You didn’t say
yes or no. Does he really believe
Democrats hate Jews? I’m just trying
to get a sense of that. Ms. Sanders: I think that’s
a question you ought to ask the Democrats. The Press: Let me ask you
about Paul Manafort. Why hadn’t — obviously,
Paul Manafort goes for the second half
of his sentencing this week. Why hasn’t the President ruled
out a pardon for Paul Manafort? Ms. Sanders: The President has
made his position on that clear, and he’ll make a decision
when he is ready. Stephen. The Press: Sarah,
on the pardons. Last week, the President tweeted
that Michael Cohen, quote, “directly asked me
for a pardon.” When did that happen? Was that when Cohen — was Cohen
here at the White House? He came into the Oval Office
and asked the President for a pardon?
Did it happen on the phone? Do you have a date?
Do we know when that happened? Ms. Sanders: I’m not going to
get into specifics of things that are currently under review
by the Oversight Committee and other committees. What I can tell you is
that Cohen’s own attorney stated and contradicted his client
when he said that he was aware that those conversations
had taken place. We know that Michael Cohen
lied to Congress prior to his testimony
most recently, and we know that he’s lied
at least twice in that hearing. I think that it’s time
to stop giving him a platform. Let him go on
to serve his time, and let’s move forward
with matters of the country. The Press: One budget question
just to put it on the record, because a lot of people
in the country want to know. Is there anything in the
President’s 2020 budget request that has Mexico
paying for the wall? Ms. Sanders: As the President
has stated a number of times: through the USMCA trade deal that we look forward
to getting passed soon; that will be part of
how that takes place. John. The Press: Thank you, Sarah.
Two brief questions. Following up on
John’s personnel question, does the President have full
confidence in Secretary Acosta? Or is the Labor Secretary
possibly leaving? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of any personnel changes. But, again, those things
are currently under review. When we have an update,
I’ll let you know. The Press: The other
question is, is the President in discussion about signing an executive order
to undo Executive Order 13166, President Clinton’s executive
order requiring — Ms. Sanders: I was going
to say, I hope you tell me
what that one is. (Laughter.) The Press: President Clinton’s
executive order, 19 years ago,
requiring multiple languages. A new executive order,
I am told, would make English the official
language in government. Is he considering that? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of a specific executive order
that’s been drafted, but that is the position
of the White House. Jim.
The Press: Yes. Did the President ask Gary Cohn
to intervene or block AT&T’s merger with Time Warner? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware of any conversations
around that matter. The Press: And just to get back
to Jon and Hallie’s question about the President’s comments
about Democrats and Jewish people,
isn’t that kind of rhetoric just, sort of,
beneath everybody? And do you think that the
President has thought at all — going into this 2020 campaign — that the rhetoric
just needs to be lowered, whether it’s talking about
Democrats, the media, immigrants? Or should we just plan
on hearing the President use the same kind of language
that we heard in 2016 and all through the first couple
of years of this administration? Ms. Sanders: Look, I think that
the real shame in all of this is that Democrats are perfectly
capable of coming together and agreeing on the fact that they’re comfortable
ripping babies straight from a mother’s womb
or killing a baby after birth, but they have a hard time
condemning the type of comments from Congresswoman Omar.
I think that is a great shame. The President has been clear
on what his position is, certainly what his support is
for the people in the community of Israel. And beyond that, I don’t have
anything further for you, Jim. The Press: Don’t you think
that just, sort of, drags down the rhetoric
in the debate when you’re saying something that’s just patently untrue?
I mean, obviously — Ms. Sanders: Stating
their policy positions is not patently untrue. The Press: But Democrats
don’t — but Democrats
don’t hate Jewish people. That’s just silly.
It’s not true. So — Ms. Sanders: I think
they should call out their members by name,
and we’ve made that clear. I don’t have
anything further to add. April. The Press: But the President —
you know, he — Ms. Sanders: Sorry, Jim.
April, go ahead. The Press: His rhetoric
after Charlottesville, saying that there “are very fine
people on both sides” in Charlottesville, essentially suggesting
that there are very fine people in the Nazis.
You know — Ms. Sanders: That’s not at all
what the President was stating, not then, not at any point. The President has been
incredibly clear, and consistently and repeatedly
condemned hatred, bigotry, racism,
in all of its forms, whether it’s in America
or anywhere else. And to say otherwise
is simply untrue. April. The Press: That’s kind of along
what I was asking — two questions — but that’s
kind of along what I was asking. Since the President did say
that in Charlottesville — “some very fine people
on both sides” — has he, in your opinion,
or has he, for us — because I don’t remember it — condemned the neo-Nazis
in Charlottesville for their actions against
the Jewish Americans there? Ms. Sanders: The President
has condemned neo-Nazis and called them by name, which is what we are
asking Democrats to do when they see
this same type of hatred. Deborah. The Press: And also,
can we expect to have — Ms. Sanders: Sorry, I’m going
to keep moving. Deborah, go ahead. The Press: Can we expect to
have briefings more often now, since there has been a little
bit changing atmosphere here? Ms. Sanders: I haven’t noticed
a change in the atmosphere. I know that the President
is the most accessible President in modern history. The Press: (Inaudible.) Ms. Sanders: I know that he
takes questions from you guys nearly every single day. On days he doesn’t,
sometimes I do it from here. We answer hundreds of questions
from reporters all over the world,
every day. We’re going to continue
to do that. Sometimes we’ll do it
from this room. Sometimes we’ll do it in other
venues and other platforms. Deborah. The Press: In the new spending
blueprint, why did the OMB include money
for the Yucca Mountain — Ms. Sanders: I’m sorry, can you
say that a little louder? The Press: Yes, I can. Why did the OMB include money
for the Yucca Mountain waste —
nuclear waste repository? And what are the chances
it’s in your spending blueprint? And what are the chances that Congress
will actually enact that? Ms. Sanders: I think that
the chances that Congress will do its job based on historical precedent
over the last couple of months are probably unlikely, but that
doesn’t mean we’re not hopeful that they will work with us, look for ways that we can reduce
spending, and grow — protect our military,
do things like that, which you see
in the President’s budget. We’d love for them
to work with us on that. The Press: And, Sarah,
can you tell us a little bit about what the thinking
was to put that in? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of any specific policy changes on that front
or anything on there. I’ll let you know
if we have something. One last question. The Press: Sarah, why did
the President write a check to Michael Cohen
for $35,000 in August of 2017 while he was here
in the White House? What was that money for? Ms. Sanders: I’m not aware
of those specific checks. The Press: He testified
about this. He specifically accused
the President of engaging in a conspiracy to conceal
campaign finance violations. He presented the check. Ms. Sanders: The President
has been clear that there wasn’t
a campaign violation. Beyond that, I can’t get in — The Press: But the President
has also said he didn’t know about
these hush money payments. Ms. Sanders: Beyond that — The Press: His story
has changed. Ms. Sanders: Again,
I would refer you back to the President’s comments. That’s not something
I’m a part of. And I would refer you
to the President’s outside counsel
beyond his comments. The Press: But this is
something he did during his time
in the White House. Does the White House deny that
the President is “Individual 1”? Ms. Sanders: I’m sorry?
The Press: “Individual 1,” in the Southern District
of New York, (inaudible)
Michael Cohen? Ms. Sanders: Again,
I’m not going to comment on that — an ongoing case.
That’s not something I would be a part of here
at the White House. And I would refer you
to outside counsel. What I can tell you
is the President has stated his position
and made it clear. Thanks so much, guys.

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  • Freedom USA

    Monopolies who have laid off repeatedly in high #s w/outsourcing in the last 20 yrs, should be required to subsidize Medicaid, Snap & SSDI, because repeat layoffs cause economic injury, physical injury and also older sideliners (older people looking for jobs have to take less pay because companies want degreed younger folks, who are cheaper medically and who operate via 'statistics' mentality for stock sale purposes, as opposed to older folks who were trained to follow older antiquated guidelines like GAP, etc).

  • Russbot Apocolypse 2020

    Shut off funding to all U.S. hating Marxist operations such as Planned Parenthood, NPR, and all Universities and save big$.

  • TheOriginalMrMoose

    I'm a Caucasian American Man. I speak Spanish and love all people. No hate here. That said, I am glad that we have – at LONG last a president who is strong and resolute in resolving the "invasion" of foreigners surreptitiously entering the USA; with no regard for the process that many other foreigners follow. If one wants to live in the USA, great! – Loved to have you ! BUT, come here LEGALLY! I hope Pres. Trump doesn't relent on this and is successful in constructing the Wall.

  • Jamie Jobb

    White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has issued an official response, saying, “The United States strongly condemns the attack in Christchurch.” And, of course, she provided New Zealanders with the same assistance that has so often been extended to American victims in similar mass-murders: “Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.” What’s not in Sander’s statement is any hint about why this happened. Nothing about the hate for Muslims that she, her party, and especially her boss have carefully nurtured. Nothing about the global spread of white nationalism that has seen a rise of hate crimes across America and Europe.

    This morning, Donald Trump finally followed up with a tweet providing “My warmest sympathy and best wishes,” because apparently someone told him not to say thoughts and prayers. But what was the tweet that Trump delivered just before that one? While the shooting was underway, Trump was tweeting out a link to the nationalist outlet Breitbart. Before that was a tweet about how he was looking forward to vetoing the repeal of his emergency declaration so he could stop “Crime, Drugs, and Trafficking” from flowing into the United States. In other words … keep out the invaders.

    Which is no coincidence. As part of his rant, the livestreaming shooter called Donald Trump a “symbol of white identity and common purpose."
    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/3/15/1842332/-New-Zealand-shooter-called-Donald-Trump-a-symbol-of-white-identity-as-he-murdered-49-people?detail=emaildkre

  • Klaus Schreyer

    Lol Where was the tough questions for Obama's administration from the Fake Left Press they let POS Acosta back in

  • Carolyn Vance

    All these people talk about budget reductions. If we put a cap on people we let in we would save trillions of dollars. It is the Dems who are running up our budget by not doing their jobs and why anyone would vote for them is beyond my understanding. You can not have your cake and eat it too!

  • Garin Williamson

    Oh yeah, the NO IQ POtuS is just draining the country. Hurry up and put the white jacket on the pile of crap and take him away!!!

  • funloveprayerfamily

    It is wonderful to see Colorado freeways full of working trucks because of Trump's administrationt!!! We see CAT machinery working in remarkable numbers and crane operators in every town….thanks for prudent wise decisions in making America working again by a streamline budget.
    Prayers go out to the families who hurt because their loved ones died in the airplane crash. May God hold you at this time…my heart goes out to you.

    Sarah you go girl!!! Press interupts you because you speak the truth!!! Democrates are known to NOT support Israel and TRUMP & Republican & Christians are known to support Israel. Thank God that Trump loves Israel…so does God loves Israel.

    Democrates, you have been lied to. Come to the side of Republicans, we need your compassion and creativity…God gave you these gifts. Walk in His ways and you will see the Creator's plan in pursuit of happiness…it is His promise….but you have to repent, relinquish your rights by giving Him the reigns, by calling Him Lord…. then you will be born again!!!

  • Renee Conlan

    Funny how the Fake news hacks suddently become math experts in the current admin. but during the Hussein Obama admin. they couldn't find their calculators nor did they care to, as they never ever not once questioned Hussein on his irresponsible over spending ( including giving our wealth away to any hack country that had their grubby hands out ) Including the Paris Climate Accord & the JCPOA. And just for the record…we do believe democrats hate the jewish religion. It's so fucking obvious. Stop asking stupid questions. And btw… Happy Budget Day Democrats ….Lmao.

  • Miles North

    Thank you, Sarah, for all you do! You're a
    true professional, and we should be half
    as good at our jobs as you are with yours!
    Blessings to you and your family.

  • TheCasacoyote

    We must cut the funding of PROGRAMS ………so many PROGRAMS!!! Definitely need to at least start to mention WELFARE! Why can't we even start to mention WELFARE! So many people jumping on this wagon which is FULL already and more and more people wanting to STOP helping pull this wagon.

  • George Lopez

    YES, the DemocRats are a racist party, it is in their history. Bless this President and our Country dear Lord and protect us from those commies/racist lying democRarts.

  • Kimmy Anne

    Excuse me but after making $10k more in 2018 & so excited we will pay almost $1,000 less in taxes. 💘 DJT. PRAISE GOD as He is who made this happen.

  • Dennis Straight

    I think it's time the Presidents attorney's start dragging select people like Schiff, Pelosi, Schumer, Beto O'Rourke just to name a few into court and charge them with slander. He could sue them for millions and use the money to build more wall.

  • Lao Han Tun

    23 trillion debts can not flush out like magic idiot reporters, unless whole country eat like refugees for years, to reduce debt by half. Its the mess that previous idiots States men created, so wait.

  • Lao Han Tun

    Stupid woman reporter like to put the words into other people mouth…? front roll right most, the woman, Press room is full of hypocrite reporters.

  • Lao Han Tun

    Cohen….pron star lawyer Avanatti, Comey, Muller, Stomy Daniel, dr ford, are all same species…did I miss any one..?

  • Charles Campbell

    Will the press apologist no they will stirr up nothing burgers right off the bat Pres. Trump 2020 F fake news the white house press are a joke

  • Charles Campbell

    We say we want a wall the people of the united States of America. we want a wall we want our port like the Puget sound WA clamped down Mafia controlled ports is BS

  • Taylor Trip Ray

    Hmmm,Can somebody say;…"Dissolve Congress and allow our President to Stand up for God and Country and allow him to tell the American people to Believe in Jesus and to Repent unto the Lord Jesus Christ". If we did this, only then would America possibly have a chance of becoming great again, as all else is just plain futile. Right Mr. Mike Huckabee? By the way, your daughter Sarah Huchabee Sanders is a fine example of what an American Christian woman should be! I know you are very proud of her and of all her accomplishment's. She is awesome. 🙂

  • Mary Budesheim aka MaryPatriotNews.com

    DemocRATS DO HATE #JEWS #ISRAEL — SAME as their hate for #Christians and others on the right.

  • stan hootzz

    WHERES those 2016 TAXES at there SH$TMOUTH SANDERS, or Why has the GOP BLOCKED the more than 23 counts of SEXUAL ASSAULT against tRUMP??? Or WHAT EVER HAPPENED to PUTIN/tRUMP and CAMBIDGE ANALYTICA?????????????????????????????

  • stan hootzz

    BIIIIIIIIIIIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BEBE RUMPY TRUMPY..> PIPMPPUTINS best WHORE loves a good fisting when IVANKA aint round.

  • Phil Badone

    If I owned a restaurant, I would clear it out for the Sanders family to enjoy a great meal. You are always welcome at my home for great food ofcourse, and not because of what happened with those animals last year, but I good patriotic Americans love what you do for us, and you deserve the respect that you've earned.

  • dennis garrett

    Got Pentagon hard back weapon catalogs scanned. Took 14 years to find them because while America ran electronic war fare and command control cartel. That robbed America killed America smuggled in world wide spy ring to run stolen industries and run federal jobs and state jobs. Killed two of our presidents since
    Invention of secret weapon I call Microwave gun. Have book called history of electronic ware fare since 1904! Na to spy gang involved in world banking take over that keeps them funded. Every year have Senate or Congress meeting over unlimted cia and Pentagon spending closed to americans.

  • dennis garrett

    I believe these people pre Hitler start with the Kiser. Have a weapon college and NATO plus spy training college. And meet at two different summits. Decided who is going to run what country this year or dead and had it over to cold blooded murders. Where the kill steal supply fame office people around the world. Cause hurricanes eArthquakes tornados are involved in the 4 militart departments hooked up to weapon. Radiation chemical and supply own psychologist to lie and stay in power!

  • dennis garrett

    And international spy college way to go for threat to America. Here computer jobs handed out to every criminal that steal and white wash. States involved in mass murder money theft. Using police and Pentagon software. Hooked up to weapon computer and hooked up to real time data base servers. There banking and information cartel helps spies run America who out live three Presidents office terms.

  • no name

    Most of the media types in that room are nothing more than propagandists working for the democrats. Only the most stupid people (most liberals) don't understand that.

  • dennis garrett

    Www.janes.com
    And these spies in plan clothes police uniform and Pentagon all live off major chemical company. That supplies poison gas and chemicals for over 50 years. That allows them to give people amnesia or kill. And send spies from NATO airports around the clock. All of them 911 hijackers. Took two generals two tries to close down one training camp in Falkland island turned out to be too many training camps to take over and close down in America and around the world.

  • dennis garrett

    President Putin tells it like it is usa presidents puppets ran by men in black and blue suits.
    https://youtu.be/xykvrGpCW6E

  • dennis garrett

    After the fox intro peter sellers
    https://youtu.be/m2bnZTGrjrE

    Threat of emp attack 2005
    https://www.4shared.com/office/5-o-UXJUgm/Threat_of_emp_report.html

    The evolution of electronic warfare equipment and techniques in the USA, 1901 to 1945
    https://www.4shared.com/office/Yp975yXGfi/History_of_electronic_warfare_.html

    Battlefield digital forensics
    https://www.4shared.com/office/Jrs2vozAee/BDF_Battlefield_Digital_Forens.html

    Dynamic systems feasible control for geoengineering weather modification

    https://www.4shared.com/office/I22DUTRUfi/Dynamic_systems_feasible_contr.html

    Real time data system electronic ware fare
    https://youtu.be/KmUgll6Jd1A

    List of NATO sumits
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_summit

    List of summit meetings
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summit_(meeting)

    Practical guide to computer brain interface
    https://www.4shared.com/office/NMdhyoqlgm/A_Practical_Guide_to_Brain-Com.html

    Computer use of psychology software
    https://www.4shared.com/office/auESH36xei/computer_use_of_psychology_sif.html

    Cyber space and electronic warefare
    https://www.4shared.com/office/nMALqLnNda/Cyberspace_and_electronic_warf.html

    Dew weapon book directory
    https://www.4shared.com/office/x3dlBd3jfi/Dew_weapon_book.html

    Chemical Research Faculties: An International Directory, 1988

    Father of poison gas
    https://youtu.be/ztzKHU2oaF8

    List of presidents that died in office
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Presidents_of_the_United_States_who_died_in_office

    Electronic warfare testing
    https://www.4shared.com/office/Qp29L2Toee/electronic_warfare_testing.html

    Command and control
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command_and_control

    Electronic warfare
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_warfare

    List of intelligence agencies
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intelligence_agencies

    United States intelligence budget
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_intelligence_budget

    Arthur C. Clarke Mysterious World S01 E09 Out of the Blue
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1v2fxb

    John f Kennedy weather modification speach 1963
    https://youtu.be/64zNbv_fm3M

    List of military installations
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_military_installations

  • David Slanker

    Trump lost my vote when he approved arming the police with automatic weapons 50cal, grenades and armed vehicles. Come on US we are losing are civil liberties. Now he is trying to control the press. Wasn't that a right to speak freely.

  • dennis garrett

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5ddhpx
    Thank you for running banking cartel for world of spies in nato and orgAnised crime. Burning down America and Russian while attacking us with chemicals fires radiation and it is.
    And no one stopped the attacks over 3 different decades. 7 Location of Communications Emitters 187
    7.1 Emitter Location Approaches 187
    7.1.1 Triangulation 188
    7.1.2 Single-Site Location 189
    7.1.3 Azimuth and Elevation 191
    7.1.4 Other Location Approaches 191
    7.2 Accuracy Definitions 193
    7.2.1 RMS Error 193
    7.2.2 Circular Error Probable and Elliptical Error Probable 195
    7.2.3 Calibration 198
    7.3 Site Location and North Reference 198
    7.4 Moderate Accuracy Techniques 203
    7.4.1 Watson-Watt Direction Finding Technique 204
    7.4.2 Doppler Direction-Finding Technique 204
    7.5 High Accuracy Techniques 207
    7.5.1 Single Baseline Interferometer 207
    7.5.2 Multiple Baseline Precision Interferometer 211
    7.5.3 Correlative Interferometer 212
    7.6 Precision Emitter Location 212
    7.4.1 Watson-Watt Direction Finding Technique 204
    7.4.2 Doppler Direction-Finding Technique 204
    7.5 High Accuracy Techniques 207
    7.5.1 Single Baseline Interferometer 207
    7.5.2 Multiple Baseline Precision Interferometer 211
    7.5.3 Correlative Interferometer 212
    7.6 Precision Emitter Location 212
    7.6.1 Time Difference of Arrival Method 214
    7.6.2 Precision Emitter Location by Frequency Difference
    of Arrival 218
    7.6.3 Combined FDOA and TDOA 221
    7.7 Emitter Location—Error Budget 222

  • dennis garrett

    That you for killing each other even at NATO and other major summits with sarin gas spray so you from several countries live in america and kill innocent people and Rob and destroy america!

  • philip popenik

    again—–charlottesville was staged by a company called—( crowd's on demand )) thats why it looked like exactly like nazi youth marches of the late thirties in germany…same haircuts—same torch's ..go look at film's of that era.. it was a show mixed with some old white nationalist's which were lead down the street and then cornered as the police stood down…a complete set up…we need to stop being—SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GULLABLE…..

  • that wasn't.chicken

    Sarah was absolute hands down best WH spokesman ever….better than Tony Snow.. You can gauge her effectiveness by the vitriol from "news" propaganda merchants and the little commie comments below. Best of luck, Sarah…you were AWESOME!!

  • that wasn't.chicken

    Replacements?….Seb Gorka, James Woods, Diamond and Silk, Dan Bongino, Mark Levin. (your pick here)

  • Dennis Garrett

    your plan no good you been stealing money since first world war and killing americans and developing secret weapons for your summit scum to live like kings, and how hard is it to write a civil rights law back in 1887 i can hire someone right now and buy them a sandwhich and supply a office to solve half your problems in america

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