Sarah Huckabee Sanders replaced former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and the decision could not have turned out better.

Sanders has led a hefty defense against liberal media reporters who consistently bombard her with questions in an attempt to frame the Trump Presidency as a failure.

But Sanders always fights back—and what she just said to this reporter will leave you awestruck.

During the latest White House Press Briefing, White House Press Correspondent Andrew Feinberg of Breakfast Media, LLC was questioning not only Sarah Sanders credibility but the integrity of the entire White House.

Feinberg used the open forum of the briefing to openly attack Sanders and President Trump:

“Why should Americans be able to trust that what they hear from this White House is always the truth?” a reporter asked.

Sanders held her ground, quickly shutting down his comment by pointing out the obvious—that liberal media sources attack the President rather than support him— and report inaccurate information.

But her response left the reporter dumbstruck and quickly silenced him.

Once again, I don’t know how many times I have to address this,” Sanders said.

But, I work every single day to give you accurate and up to date information, and I’m going to continue to do that.  Frankly, I think my credibility is probably higher than the media’s. And I think that in large part, that’s because you guys spend more of your time focused on attacking the president instead of reporting the news.”

I think that if you spent more time reporting the news instead of trying to tear me down, you might actually see we’re working hard trying to provide you good information and provide that same good information to the American people. John? Sorry, Andrew. I gave you quite a bit of time.”

Sanders rebutted Feinberg’s question with a recurring issue in the press: that liberals are too concerned with reporting what Trump is supposedly doing wrong, rather than reporting the straight facts.

Sanders works consistently to bring forth honest facts to the press in order to keep news outlets in line.

But with reporters like Feinberg who are only interested in demeaning the President, rather than reporting facts, it makes her job that much harder.

The reporter instigated this situation by citing tweets from the President’s Twitter account and saying that President Donald Trump was providing false information to the American people—which is clearly false.

President Trump is an avid critic of fake news, often calling out liberal media outlets publicly for their lies.

Ultimately, reporters such as this will ruin what makes this country great: freedom of the press and speech.

At least Sanders is keeping White House Correspondents honest and in line—which may be the first step to restoring press credibility.

Do you believe establishment media sources are ruining the credibility of the press?

Do you think Sanders held her ground well?

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