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White House on Tillerson: 'The president can't undercut his own Cabinet'

10 October 2017, 12:32 | Kara Nash

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Moments later during the briefing, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders rebuffed question after question probing the meaning of the president's seemingly ominous warning.

She even joked about the comments, when CNN's Jim Acosta asked if she found it "satisfying" that the President had the power to make people "hold their breath, in this town, when he says something like that". "He's got an incredible team around him that's helping him lead that effort, and he's had tremendous accomplishments on the worldwide stage by working with allies and confronting enemies". "We're gonna continue doing that as a team with the president leading that effort".

Trey Yingst of One America News asked Sanders if she thought the president wanted to see the Senate Intelligence Committee investigate media organizations.

"Is the president upset that his secretary of state didn't deny calling him a moron in his public remarks yesterday?"

Trump says U.S. must "wipe out" Puerto Rico debt
However, Cruz praised the White House staff and said, "I saw a real connection between the reality and the White House staff ". Trump visited relief camps meeting the survivors and distributed supplies even throwing paper-towel rolls into the crowd .

As at press time President Trump himself was too busy to comment on the issue of gun control as he was busy redoubling his efforts to coordinate the Puerto Rican relief effort from his command post on the ninth tee at Mar-A-Lago.

She added, "I think you can take the president protecting the American people always extremely serious". Trump also is waiting for the investigation to move further along, she said. "If he feels that action is necessary, he'll take it".

One reporter at the White House briefing questioned whether leaving an unclarified statement out there might be counterproductive if the president is as bent on not tipping his hand in global affairs as he says.

Trump's initial comment comes amid questions over whether or not the administration will decertify the Iran nuclear deal, an ongoing crisis surrounding North Korea's nuclear program and questions over whether Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will stay within the administration much longer.



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