WaPo’s Rucker to Sarah Sanders: Is WH Concerned About Staff Exodus Creating ‘Air of Chaos’?

During today’s White House press briefing, the Washington Post‘s Philip Rucker pressed Sarah Huckabee Sanders about the ongoing White House exodus.

Rex Tillerson is out, Gary Cohn is out, the President’s personal assistant is out, and there’s multiple reports that more executive shake-ups are coming

Rucker asked Huckabee Sanders if there are concerns in the White House that this creates an “air of chaos or instability that leaves the U.S. vulnerable especially as President Trump‘s preparing a sit-down with Kim Jong Un.”

Huckabee Sanders denied that there are any “vulnerabilities” here, saying the President wants the right people in the right places at the right time while adding they’ve had an “incredibly successful year.”

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