Sanders Smacks Down Reporter Complaining About Trump’s “SOB” Comment “Always Appropriate For the President to Defend Our Flag” (VIDEO)

Liberal reporters in the White House press pool are more upset over Trump’s comments towards NFL players protesting the National Anthem than the actual protesting of the flag and anthem.


White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders quickly smacked down a liberal reporter complaining about Trump calling NFL players “sons of bitches” for protesting the National Anthem.

What about our Veterans? What about the gold star moms? Nobody feels sorry for overpaid, ungrateful athletes.


“I think it’s always appropriate for the President of the United States to defend our flag, to defend the national anthem.”


ANOTHER liberal reporter asked the same question, this time he brought up the President’s response to Puerto Rico as if he is ignoring the people in need of assistance after Hurricane Maria devastated the place because he was tweeting about sports on Sunday.

‘Always appropriate for the pres. of this country to promote our flag, to promote our national anthem & ask people to respect it.’


As usual, the fake news media has downplayed Trump’s successful responses to places affected by damaging hurricanes this season.

As the Gateway Pundit reported Sunday, Puerto Rico officials praised the proactive response by President Donald Trump and the federal government to the catastrophic damage wrought by Hurricane Maria.

Trump spoke on Thursday with the governors of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Earlier in the week Trump signed official disaster declarations for the two U.S. territories, according to The Hill.

Also, The AP via Politico reported on Saturday:

Large amounts of federal aid began moving into Puerto Rico on Saturday, welcomed by local officials who praised the Trump administration’s response but called for the emergency loosening of rules long blamed for condemning the U.S. territory to second-class status (The Jones Act).

…(Gov. Ricardo) Rossello and other officials praised the federal government for planning its response in detail before the storm hit, a contrast with what Puerto Rico has long seen as the neglect of 3.4 million Americans living in a territory without a vote in Congress or the electoral college.

“This is the first time we get this type of federal coordination,” said Resident Commission Jenniffer Gonzalez, Puerto Rico’s non-voting representative in Washington.

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