Sarah Sanders may have left the White House, but she will not leave the fight. Sarah took issue with Alexandria Ocasioa-Cortez’s recent attack on Ivanka Trump.
AOC went after Ivanka for going on an overseas trump with Trump and she was not alone in attacking Ivanka for this. Sarah also revealed that she will be working to help Trump in 2020 and may write a book.
From Fox News: Sarah Sanders, the former White House press secretary, fired back at freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who called out Ivanka Trump for accompanying her father to the G-20 summit.
Ocasio-Cortez called out Ivanka and said on Twitter that “being someone’s daughter actually isn’t a career qualification.”
“It hurts our diplomatic standing when the President phones it in & the world moves on. The US needs our President working the G20. Bringing a qualified diplomat couldn’t hurt either,” the freshman representative continued.
Ivanka represented the U.S. in meetings with leaders from China, Japan, Russia, India and Australia during the summit in Osaka, the South China Morning Post reported.
Sanders, who just recently stepped down from her role at the White House, said “phone it in @AOC is wasting your time on Twitter while destroying jobs in NY.” She said President Trump and Ivanka have created “millions of new jobs and continue to make the US stronger on the global stage but thank you for reminding Americans everyday why they elected Trump.”
In other news about Sarah, it seems she will work to help reelect Trump in 2020 and will write a book (or is exploring the option). From New York Post:
Sarah Huckabee Sanders is reportedly planning to write a book about her time in the White House.
The former press secretary stepped down Friday after serving nearly two years in the Trump administration.
Sources told Axios over the weekend that Sanders wants to move back home to Arkansas, relax for a month, and then help the president with his 2020 re-election campaign before starting work on the proposed book — which will focus on “her life in politics” and what it was like to work with Trump.
Sanders sees her time in the White House as being “very positive,” the sources said.