White House correspondent for Playboy Brian Karem berated White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for defending the Trump administration policy of separating families at the border seeking asylum. Sarah, come on, seriously.
CNN reported in May that the Trump administration had made a decision to refer anyone found crossing into the USA illegally for federal prosecution, meaning that adults coming across the border with children will be separated from them as the parents await their criminal proceedings. Speaking about one of her children, she added, "Scarlett and every little girl in America should grow up in a country that - if we deliver on the president's agenda better jobs, better health care and a better tax system - incentivizes women to work and raise children".
Sources close to the administration say they fear that Trump will be unable to find a replacement if Sanders resigns at the end of the year.
Sanders went on to blame congressional Democrats for refusing to close supposed "loopholes" in immigration laws that protect migrants throughout the asylum process. "And it is going to be harder to find good people to replace them". Whether Trump says "you're fired" or a staffer finally gets fed up and quits, the administration has been unable to keep positions filled, if they've filled them at all.
The news also comes on the heels of reports that the White House is taking steps to shake up the press shop, ousting junior staffers and cutting down on the number of people allowed to attend daily meetings.
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Following his prepared statement, Trump invited questions, joking he felt very uncomfortable in front of so many journalists. The statement refers to denuclearization of the entire Korean peninsula , North Korea's favored language.
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And now it appears Trump's overtures to North Korea and willingness to treat Kim like a statesman has earned the U.S. There is no rule that a USA president is obliged to return a salute, which is considered a sign of mutual respect.
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"Hold on Jim, if you'll let me finish", Sanders said as Acosta began to interject.
"These people have nothing", he continued.
"It's not about that ... honestly, answer the question", the reporter pressed. "They come over here with nothing". Previously, families were often sent to civil deportation proceedings, which allow children to remain with their parents. They have less than you do.