Sarah Sanders checks the press for equating Franken's wrongdoing to Trump accusations

by Abel Hampton November 19, 2017, 0:26
Sarah Sanders checks the press for equating Franken's wrongdoing to Trump accusations

Seeing as how the administration's internal polling is primarily used to cheer up the constantly embattled president, many White House official have become tired - both of the polls' results, and of the possible negative effects they're having on Trump's demeanor as the President of the United States. "Franken admitted wrongdoing, and the president hasn't".

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Trump adviser, said the president is still "in campaign mode" and closely tracks his polling numbers.

Sanders said the president had already addressed the allegations against him during the campaign.

Of course, Trump drew the media's focus when he took to Twitter late Thursday to chastise Franken. Also, he often asks questions about polls to Kellyanne Conway, "who warns him to keep the base but also shows him other polls outside the RNC data", according to several White House aides. It's like a magnet. "You can do anything", including grabbing them by their genitals. Trump has weighed in on the Moore controversy, she reminded them.

More: Trump tweets broadside against Al Franken: 'Where do his hands go?' Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, and even the president himself.

That gave Major Garrett of CBS News an opening at Friday's White House press conference.

"I would call this strategic polling where - this is going to sound maybe a little crass - they don't really care where all Americans stand on the issue of tax reform, because 35 to 40 percent of Americans are never going to support anything he does", said Newhouse.

Clinton's husband, President Bill Clinton, was impeached in 1998 after denying - and then admitting - a sexual relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

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