Huckabee Sanders Trashes Flake Over Senate Speech: He's 'Looking for Attention'

Emmett Rice
January 21, 2018

"He went to Cuba a few weeks ago and served as a mouthpiece for the oppressive Cuban government", Sanders said Wednesday during the White House press briefing. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., who gave a speech earlier that day suggesting the president's criticisms of the press were Stalin-like.

"He is not criticizing the president because he is against oppression, he is criticizing the president because he has bad poll numbers and he is, I think, looking for some attention".

"He's criticizing the President because he has bad poll numbers", she concluded. He is looking for some attention.

Sanders is referring to Sen.

"If the Democrats think a socialist or a liberal professor from MA are a path to victory, we're happy to help them highlight that, because we don't think that is in-tune with the vast majority of Americans", a Republican National Committee spokeswoman said. Sen.

In response, Sanders chided Flake for his recent trip to Cuba, another communist nation.

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Sen. Marco Rubio slammed his colleague's remarks in a tweet, stating "It's a documented FACT that 24 USA govt officials & spouses were victims of some sort of sophisticated attack while stationed in Havana".

"I found it quite interesting that he is coming out to attack the president considering he's the one that was recently defending an actually oppressive regime".

"I'm a jewelry store owner of more than 20 years in the Atlanta area, so I'm ecstatic about the tax reform bill", Sharon said, at which point Sanders jumped in with some advice.

Flake is delusional, and it's great to see Sarah Sanders call him out for it.

"We hope that the Democrats will not hold American military hostage, will not hold the government hostage over a political battle that we should have, but we shouldn't have connected to the budget", Sanders said.

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