Sarah Sanders Sends a Message To Her Critics: ‘Today I Will Walk Out Of The White House With My Head Held High’

Sarah Sanders did a great job as a White House press secretary. The press is never, ever happy. They complain, attack and prefer gossip over real news as that is what sells today.

Sarah Sanders managed to deal with all of that while being under attack from every direction. If she worked for any other president, she would’ve been praised as a strong working mother, at least.

The Hill reported that this Friday, WH press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted a goodbye message honoring her last day at the Trump White House, saying she will leave her post with her “head held high.”

“Today I’ll walk out the gates of the White House for the last time as Press Secretary with my head held high.” She posted.

“It’s been the honor and privilege of a lifetime to work with President @realDonaldTrump and his amazing team the last three and a half years,” Sanders wrote on Twitter. “You’re the best…Thank you!”

Earlier this month, the fierce Trump defender announced that she was leaving her position as the president’s spokeswoman after two years on the job.

President Trump praised Sanders in a series of tweets shortly after sharing the news of imminent departure, calling her a “special person with extraordinary talents” and publicly encouraging her to one day run for governor of her home state of Arkansas.

Trump is not in Washington D.C. to see her off on the last day, as he is attending the Group of 20 summit in Japan.

Sarah Sanders frequently clashed with the White House reporters and has been criticized for not holding enough press briefings under her tenure. First lady Melania’s spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, has been selected as Sarah Sanders’s replacement.

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