White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders contrasted President Trump's national emergency executive action with President Obama's executive order implementing the DACA program for children of illegal immigrants.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said President Trump will address the nation on January 29th, despite House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urging him to postpone his State of the Union address.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders argued Wednesday that Democrats are "in denial" about the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, while President Trump is trying to fix the problems.
It didn't take long for the impeachment calls to start coming from the newly sworn-in Democrats in the House of Representatives.
White House Press Secretary slammed James Comey for remarks the former FBI director made after his testimony before House lawmakers on Monday.
Sarah Sanders said she believes Democrats and the media are "overplaying their hand" with criticism and negative coverage of President Trump's immigration policies.
During a press briefing on Monday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said it's "outrageous" to blame President Trump for the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue or the package bombs that were mailed to high-profile Democrats.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta challenged White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on President Trump calling the media "the true enemy of the people."
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called CNN "disgraceful" for quickly attempting to blame President Trump for suspicious packages being sent to the network and to prominent Democrats like Bill and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
A former Justice Department employee who took part in a protest against Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and who was the subject of a Project Veritas report is now asking the public for money.
Sarah Sanders declined to speculate about what will happen during President Trump's meeting with Rod Rosenstein, but she did say it's time to end Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders hit back on Wednesday after excerpts were released from a forthcoming book by veteran reporter Bob Woodward detailing an administration beset by infighting.