They Won’t have Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Kick Around Anymore


Andrew Donaldson

Born and raised in West Virginia, Andrew has since lived and traveled around the world several times over. Though frequently writing about politics out of a sense of duty and love of country, most of the time he would prefer discussions on history, culture, occasionally nerding on aviation, and his amateur foodie tendencies. He can usually be found misspelling/misusing words on Twitter @four4thefire and his writing website

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  1. Avatar Saul Degraw says:

    We haven’t had a round of White House Apprentice/Survivor for a while now. Though the OSC recommended that Kellyanne Conaway go so it had to be Sanders.Report

  2. Avatar James K says:

    Perhaps she could consider agricultural work? I suspect there’s any number of organic farms that would be glad to have someone with her experience in spreading bullshit around.Report

  3. Avatar North says:

    Maybe they’ll bring back the Mooch!Report

  4. Avatar pillsy says:

    As someone on the Twitters put it, I guess she’ll have to go back to lying for free.Report

  5. Avatar Dark Matter says:

    If no one is suggesting she be arrested, then she must have done a wonderful job.Report

  6. Avatar Kolohe says:

    She wasn’t very good at her job, notwithstanding no one could really be good in that job. But she’s in a niche where regardless of the status or legacy of Trump and Trumpism over the next couple of decades, she’ll always be able to get a job somewhere in the ecosystem. (She’s a bit younger than I thought before looking it up; she’s primed to be at a power nexus in whatever next iteration right wing politics will hath been wrought in the 2030s.

    At the very least, our long national nightmare of Sanders Headline Confusion is now over.

    eta- there’s a bit of an under discussed feature of the Trumpers, in that for all the geriatrics around the place, there’s also a lot of 30 year olds (e.g. Sanders, Steven Miller) who are going to be bouncing around politics for potentially close to the next half century. As well as some Xers like Michael Anton and Brad Pascale, who, if they avoid jail, could also be around into the late 2040s.Report

    • Avatar Saul Degraw says:

      There isn’t such a thing that makes 100 percent of a generation go for one political affiliation. Sanders, Millers, Hope Hicks, etc. are still exceptions to their generations rather than rules.Report

  7. Avatar LTL FTC says:

    Note how she got the same level of praise from Trump as the Charlottesville torchbearers.Report