Martha Presses Huckabee Sanders on Sessions' Future, Scaramucci's Language
Martha MacCallum pressed White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions will remain at his post, and what she thinks of Anthony Scaramucci's coarse conversation with a reporter.
Huckabee Sanders said that Sessions and everyone else in the White House is committed to President Trump's agenda.
She said the public should understand that White House staff is more concerned about who has jobs "in the rest of the country" and not at 1600 Pennsylvania Av.
She said Trump is frustrated with the Russia probe but wants Sessions to continue doing his job as the top law enforcement officer in the country.
Regarding Scaramucci, who voiced expletive-laden criticisms of Stephen Bannon and Reince Priebus, Huckabee Sanders said the former trader's explanation speaks for itself.
"[He's] very passionate about the president.
"There are a lot more hours in the day [than the] 30 seconds" it took for Scaramucci to call Priebus a "f--king paranoid schizophrenic" while speaking with the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza.
She said Trump, meanwhile, is focusing on eliminating MS-13 and will travel to Long Island, N.Y. on Friday.
Suffolk County communities like Brentwood and Central Islip have been hit with several grisly murders attributed to the Salvadoran gang.
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