Trump tweeted a unusual, racist term and Sarah Sanders has no explanation

Lester Mason
April 23, 2018

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said at a press briefing that U.S. President Donald Trump plans to continue the "maximum pressure" campaign of economic and diplomatic sanctions until the North takes actions toward denuclearization. Soooo many Sanctuary areas want OUT of this ridiculous, crime infested & breeding concept.

At a press briefing Monday, ABC News' Jonathan Karl asked about Trump's tweet.

"When he used the term 'breeding, ' was he making a derogatory term about Latinos in California, that they breed a lot, or that they're prone to breeding?" asked CNN's Jim Acosta.

She added later, in response to a different question: "The President wants to do what is in the best interest of our country, and even in the world, and particularly having North Korea and the Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons, I think is a good thing for everybody".

"But what does breeding mean to this president?"

"The president has recognized that this is a major problem", White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.


A few minutes later, April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks returned to the issue, telling Sanders that "when you think of breeding, you think of animals".

"When you think of breeding, you think of animals breeding, populating", Ryan said. "But the president is talking about a growing problem".

Asked to clarify the president's remark, Sanders said, "Certainly in a number of the conversations. also South Korean President Moon, who has said that North Korea has expressed a will for complete denuclearization".

Earlier Monday, Sanders was asked about the president's weekend tweet dismissing the notion that Cohen might "flip" on him. His administration has attempted to crack down on those jurisdictions, which do not require local police to enforce federal immigration law.

Ryan was clearly far from satisfied with this answer and followed-up: "What does breeding mean to this president?"

"If [Sarah] could just say that the president meant to type "breeding contempt" instead of "breeding concept" this might be easier", tweeted Bloomberg reporter Justin Sink.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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