There were many turnovers in the Trump administration which is not really a bad thing.
It’s one of the benefits of having a businessman in the White House.
But if you are not getting the job done, then you are out.
The White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has no problem standing up to the media and she understand the fact that they want her to fail so badly. The reporters ask her questions, thinking that they are going to drag her down, but her responses have always been more powerful than they could have imagined.
According to our source, Allen B. West, Sanders was giving a preview of the State of the Union in an interview on “Fox & Friends,” when she was asked an unexpected question: “What is this bottle of whiskey in your office?”
“We saw a bottle of whiskey, which you might need,” Fox host Steve Doocy said, to which Sanders replied “I like to remind everybody that was a sealed bottle and has not been opened,” before adding that her “dad might be watching.”
But this specific bottle of whiskey in her office is “Warrior Whiskey.” It is made by a Navy SEAL veteran and a portion of the proceeds fo to veteran charities. The White House has confirmed that this bottle in her office shows her support for the veterans.
“Steamboat Whiskey Company Founder and Head Distiller Nathan Newhall is a former U. S. Navy SEAL. Nathan wanted to give back to veterans in a meaningful way so he developed Warrior Whiskey as a military tribute product. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Warrior Whiskey go directly to vetted U.S. veteran support organizations so they may continue the important work helping America’s fighting heroes. This quarter we are donating to the Navy Seal Fund,” from Steamboat Whiskey.
On Thursday, President Donald Trump left the White House and boarded Marine One to head over to Walter Reed Hospital, where he visited wounded warriors during the Christmas holiday. He awarded the 25-year old injured service member Victor Prato with the purple heart for his heroism.
“One of the most powerful moments of my life watching POTUS give the Purple Heart to this American Hero,” wrote Sanders. “Amazed by the strength and resilience of the men and women in our Armed Forces.”
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