MSNBC’s Jackson to W.H.: ‘Does The President Have a Problem with the 1st Amendment?’

‘You know the oath of office was to defend the Constitution’

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JACKSON: "I want to suss out the question that's been going around here today. You talk about the President wanting to defend the flag. You know the oath of office was to defend the Constitution. So does the President have a problem with the First Amendment?"
HUCKABEE SANDERS: "Not at all. The President is simply stating that pride in our country is a good thing. It’s something that we should all celebrate and something that should frankly bring us together and not divide us. He feels standing up for the national anthem is a symbol of that."

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