'Trying to Go Viral': Conway Says April Ryan Sought 'Confrontation' With Sanders

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Sanders was challenged during Thursday's White House press briefing by reporters for her false denial, and she stated that the White House press office had not coordinated with Giuliani prior to his interview on Fox about actress Stephanie Clifford, who goes by the stage name Stormy Daniels.

"Let's not forget she's not just speaking on behalf of the president, she is speaking to the country from the White House", Republican strategist Susan Del Percio, who runs a strategic communications firm, told Morning Joe's panel on Friday about Sanders.

Sympathy for Sarah Huckabee Sanders after being roasted by Michelle Wolf because Huckabee Sanders dares to wear a smoky eye makeup.

Ryan and Sanders got into an argument when the former suggested the latter had been "blindsided" by Rudy Giuliani's bombshell interview admitting President Donald Trump repaid his personal lawyer for the $130,000 payment for adult film star Stormy Daniels. "How can I lie my way through this?"

"I have to pick up for my colleague Sarah Sanders there". Take a look at her answer when asked directly about Rudy Giuliani's admission.

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders didn't know. Nobody bothered to tell the Press Secretary what actually happened so that she could in advance maybe craft something a little better than, "Yeah, I caught it on Fox News last night".

"If she's upset about [my question] then that's fine, I understand people in the White House are very upset", she said. Crazy, huh? Next question.

As for the backlash, here's a quick sampling from Twitter, though we could go on all day with the responses to a member of the White House press corps, which a social media user aptly described as "a national embarrassment".

It's a little more understandable this time though. "It's awful to be laughing and now I feel bad for Sarah Sanders", co-host Whoopi Goldberg said, while adding, "This whole thing may have finally left her at a loss for words". What BS can she sell, instead of going out there and saying, "Excuse me, hey, guy down the hall, what's going on in the White House?"