Sean Spicer: Sarah Sanders' departure 'absolutely not' tied to Trump's foreign dirt comments
Added 06-15-19 03:29:02pm EST - “There was "never" going to be a good time for White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders? to resign and her doing so had nothing to do with the president's comments about foreign opposition research, Sanders' predecessor said on Saturday.” - Foxnews.com
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There was "never" going to be a good time for White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders to resign and it had nothing to do with the president's comments about foreign opposition research, Sanders' predecessor said on Saturday.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer speculated, while appearing on "Cavuto Live," that Sanders essentially wanted to spend time with her family.
"I think that she has decided that she served her time, she served this president, she wants to get back to Arkansas. She wants to spend time with her family."
He added that the volatile nature of the news cycle made it difficult to plan a particular departure date. Sanders "picked" a date and stuck to it, he said.
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