Elise Jordan: When Confronted with Reality, Sarah Sanders ‘Still Tried to Cast Aspersions’

‘I really think that we need to give Chris Wallace his due respect for studying up on the frequently misused and abused facts that are spouted by these administration officials and giving it back to Sarah Huckabee Sanders in real time’

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JORDAN: "Well, I’d argue we’re already at a real crisis point because of all the lies, because there is so much absolute nonsense that has no basis in factual reality emanating from official government sources who are paid by the American people. I really think that we need to give Chris Wallace his due respect for studying up on the frequently misused and abused facts that are spouted by these administration officials and giving it back to Sarah Huckabee Sanders in real time. And look at what she tried to do. She tried to still cast aspersions and say, 'Oh, by sea, maybe they are coming by air.' It was complete nonsense when confronted with the reality that, yes, most illegal immigrants are detained at airports, people usually overstaying their visas. And you know what? This government shutdown is really putting some pressure on TSA if you’re actually concerned about border security."

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