Sarah Huckabee Sanders Calls WH Colleague a 'Foulmouthed Jew' in New Book

Monday September 7, 2020

Aside from revealing that Kim-jung Un may have made a pass at her at the 2018 Singapore summit, former Presidential White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called one of her colleagues "a liberal, aggressive, foulmouthed Jew from New York City."

The Daily Beast reports that in her memoir (published tomorrow), she used the term to describe White House communications staffer Josh Raffel, brought on by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

In the book, which the Jewish Insider had an advance copy, Sanders writes:

"'Josh and I hadn't known each other before starting in the White House. He was a liberal, aggressive, foulmouthed Jew from New York City who had spent most of his career working in Hollywood. I was pretty much his total opposite,' Sanders writes in the book, obtained by Jewish Insider, in a chapter detailing what happened behind the scenes of President Donald Trump's first visit to Saudi Arabia in 2017."

Sanders also discusses her feelings about being mocked by comedian Michele Wolf "at the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner and again the following summer, when she was asked to leave the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Va," reports the New York Times.

She also says she's still speaks to the President and he has promised to endorse her if she runs for Governor of Arkansas in the future. And while acknowledging Trump isn't "'isn't perfect' and [isn't always easy,[ but, she writes, [A second term for President Trump would be better for all Americans than the Democratic alternative," writes the New York Times.

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