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Reporter Asks Sarah Sanders How We Can Trust Anything She Says Anymore and Her Response Is Classic Sarah Sanders

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Wednesday night on Hannity, Rudy Giuliani, newly minted member of Donald Trump's legal team, made news when he announced that Donald Trump had repaid the $130,000 that Michael Cohen had paid out to Stephanie Clifford (aka Stormy Daniels) to keep her quiet leading up to the 2016 election.

Donald Trump had famously denied knowing anything about the payment.

Sarah Sanders repeated that denial from the podium in her March 7th press briefing:

Now the Press Corps wants answers.

Jonathan Karl asked Sanders:

"When the president, or the White House, shows what appears to be a blatant disregard for the truth, how are the American people to trust or believe what is said here or what is said by the president?"

Sanders's response:

"We give the best information that we have at the time."

Jim Acosta asked Sanders:

"Were you lying to us at the time or were you in the dark?"

Sanders's answer:

"I have given the best information I had at the time."

Fiercely on message as always.

Now people are left to wonder if the best information is like "the best people" President Trump claims to surround himself with; maybe their best is not always the best.

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