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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders cast doubt on a CBS News report Wednesday claiming that she and principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah intend to leave the White House in the near future.
CBS originally reported that Shah has weighed leaving the White House but has not yet set an end date for his employment. Additionally, CBS claimed that Sanders has informed those close to her she will leave her White House post at the end of 2018, which the White House press secretary pushed back against in a tweet later that night.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Does @CBSNews know something I don’t about my plans and my future? I was at my daughter’s year-end Kindergarten event and they ran a story about my ‘plans to leave the WH’ without even talking to me. I love my job and am honored to work for @POTUS,” she wrote.
Does @CBSNews know something I don’t about my plans and my future? I was at my daughter’s year-end Kindergarten event and they ran a story about my “plans to leave the WH” without even talking to me. I love my job and am honored to work for @POTUS
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) June 14, 2018
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