REPORT: Sarah Sanders Birthday Tweet Delivers Backhanded Blow To NBC
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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders wished Dan Scavino a happy birthday on Twitter Monday night — and added in a dig aimed at NBC to boot.
“Happy Birthday @Scavino45 one of my favorite people at the WH and one of the most talented people I know,” the tweet began.
The article goes on to state the following:
But then Sanders also added context to the photo — which showed Scavino, between National Security Adviser John Bolton and Sanders, laughing — with a caption: “Photo of us reading NBC story about @POTUS not visiting the troops, while he’s visiting the troops in Iraq and Germany over Christmas.”
Happy Birthday @Scavino45 one of my favorite people at the WH and one of the most talented people I know. (Photo of us reading NBC story about @POTUS not visiting the troops, while he’s visiting the troops in Iraq and Germany over Christmas). pic.twitter.com/2Kp26F8SRI
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) January 15, 2019
NOTE: Dan Scavino is President Trump’s social media director.
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