‘I think that the White House had a great day’: Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s no-regrets briefing, annotated
For the second consecutive day on Wednesday scheduled information presented by White House press secretary Sean Spicer was led by Deputy Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. And for the seventh time in the last nine briefings, television cameras and live audio broadcasts have been banned.
The solution noted transcript of part of the session where Sanders spoke and answered the questions, as it could not be seen on television.
(US Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Tom Homan and attorney John Huber also spoke and answered questions.)
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Sanders: Good afternoon. First, before I begin, I would like to remind Tom Homan, Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and John Huber, the United States Attorney of Utah, who informs you of new immigration laws that will be voted on in the House this week. And after finishing, as always, I will come back and ask more questions.
Sanders: Thanks, guys, a lot. To be clear, I know that we ask ourselves several times about his desire to be in the chamber. I think the plan is to head to the clubs shortly after our conclusion and we will be happy to answer your questions about the camera.
I think if they had stayed here, they probably would not have covered as if Secretary Perry, Secretary Shulkin had opened the wheel a few days ago.
There are a few weeks, many nets do not cover these openings, so hopefully you will take the opportunity in the sticks and make sure to cover it.
Obviously, this is something that the president spoke passionately about the election trail. And given the fact that this law was approved by 80 percent nationwide, the president expects the good of MP Goodlatte to pass with the support of both parties.
As for the rest of the programming for today’s president, Energy Week continued this morning by holding a round table discussion with tribal, state and local leaders. As Secretary Perry said yesterday, Trump seeks to create a dominant American power.
A dominant North American energy bring even more fierce Americans into jobs and highly skilled, well-paid careers offered by the energy sector.
When we are able to export to US energy markets around the world, the president can also use it as an important tool to increase our leadership and influence in the world, advance our global agenda and help protect our citizens .
Before answering your questions, I wanted to highlight the Samsung announcement this morning that will invest about 400 million dollars in a new plant in South Carolina is expected to create about 1,000 local jobs by 2020.
This is great news for residents of Newberry County. As indicated by Secretary Ross this morning is another sign that the president of Trump – America becomes an even greater destination for global companies looking to grow.
With that, I will answer your questions. Kristen.
Q: Sarah, thank you. I just want to be clear that the administration is now in Syria. US Ambassador Nikki Haley said today: “I can tell you that because of the President’s action, we have not seen any incidents.”