If you've ever watched White House press briefings, you get this. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders revealed that she says "a little prayer of God help me" before each briefing. She revealed this on an interview she did on "Fox News Sunday."
"I’ve always said if I ever walk into the building and I'm not in awe of being here and being part of it, then I've been here too long and it's time to go," Sanders said. "Thankfully, I still feel a sense of reverence every time I step into the building, certainly every time I step into the briefing room. And I hope I never lose that."
"I also say a little prayer of ‘God help me' every day right before walking into that room," she added.
Asked if the tensions the press have with the administrations are overstated, Sanders cheerfully said, "No."
"There’s always going to be tension between whatever administration is in place at that time with the White House press corps," Sanders said. "I do think there is a heightened tension certainly between this administration and the press … I've been around press and worked in politics my entire life and I've never experienced the level of hostility that I think we see day to day."
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on "Fox News Sunday"
What an incredible admission by Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She's being completely honest and candid when admitting that she walks into the lion's den every day to defend President Trump against the mainstream media that absolutely hates him.