February 9, 2019

Certainly the President, By Sarah Huckabee Sanders

SANDERS: Certainly the President wants, in moments where our country is hurting, like we’ve seen in the last several days, to find ways to bring our country together, and we’ve seen him do exactly that.

SANDERS: Certainly the President is calling on everyone to come together and if you have a problem with one another, let’s voice that but let’s do so peacefully and let’s do that at the ballot box.

SANDERS: Certainly the President still strongly feels that there was a large amount of voter fraud, and attempted to do a thorough review of it.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has talked many times about fixing the overall system, both illegal and legal immigration.

SANDERS: Certainly the President himself has stated he doesn’t like the idea of family separation.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has been very clear what his position is in regards to the National Anthem.

SANDERS: Certainly the President is trying to do everything he can to protect American farmers, American businesses, and he is negotiating with a number of countries.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has concerns about the overall conduct of the F.B.I. when it comes to this process.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has expressed his views on this matter, and he’s raised concerns about a number of other problems that he has seen within the Department of Justice.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has a right to be concerned about that.

SANDERS: Certainly the President thinks that no one is above the law.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has voiced his unhappiness from the beginning that this has gone on — this ridiculous witch hunt — for more than two years.

SANDERS: Certainly the President finds there to be an importance in having that dialogue with Russia so that we can talk about some of the big problems that face the world.

SANDERS: Certainly the President is clear, he thinks Paul Manafort has been treated unfairly.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has said a number of times that these individuals should be heard and… Brett Kavanaugh has been unequivocal in his denial of this.

SANDERS: Certainly the President is committed to defending our national sovereignty and all of our security interests, which would include using any means necessary to protect our citizens, those of our allies of unjust prosecution by the ICC.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has a great deal of frustration on the fact that Pastor Brunson has not been released.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has very publicly expressed his gratitude towards President Xi for the role that they play.

SANDERS: Certainly the President was happy to intervene, and I think he’s made that clear by taking that action upon himself to do that without being asked.

SANDERS: Certainly the President receives a number of briefings and has talked about this subject pretty extensively.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has not been influenced, or his administration influenced, by any outside special interest.

SANDERS: Certainly the President has voiced his frustrations, but beyond that I don’t have anything else.