Reprinted with permission from AlterNet.
Tuesday was not a good day for White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
As she was bombarded with questions from reporters about Omarosa’s tapes and allegations and refused to guarantee there was no tape of President Donald Trump saying the N-word, Sanders tried to defend Trump’s use of nondisclosure agreements to block his former campaign and White House officials from criticizing him or blowing the whistle. And she failed miserably.
“Bearing in mind the Trump campaign’s announcement that it’s pursuing arbitration of Omarosa necessitates attention and a major national focus, can I ask you once more about the practice of signing people to nondisclosure agreements?” said one reporter.…