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Sarah Huckabee Sanders gets destroyed by Australian reporter who will not stand for any of her crap

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders is still out on the media circuit promoting her new book that nobody wants to read. This week, she sat down for eight excruciating minutes with Australian ABC TV anchor Leigh Sales and, let’s just say, things didn’t go so well for her.Sales opened by asking the former White House press secretary, “Can Donald Trump tell the difference between the truth and a lie?” To which Sanders responded with her usual vague attacks on the media that everyone’s now heard approximately 4,897,382 times.The first half of the interview is mostly just Sales asking tough, thoughtful questions and Sanders deflecting, evading, and occasionally gaslighting to weasel her way out of answering them.Related: Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on “The.

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