George Stephanopoulos interviews White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Bob Woodward's bombshell book.

By Jon Wright Fay
09/10/2018 • 12:00 AM EST

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: appeal to compromised authoritysee definition - insisting something is true because an expert on the issue says it's true, when that expert has a vested interest in the outcome.
: Sarah Sanders is currently a member of the Trump administration.
: appeal to compromised authoritysee definition - insisting something is true because an expert on the issue says it's true, when that expert has a vested interest in the outcome.
: Mattis and Kelly also currently serving in the Trump administration.
: mirroring languagesee definition - just repeating words from a question in your response, to make it sound like you're answering the question, without answering the question.
: Sander's repeats the phrase "coming out of this Whitehouse" to change the subject and launch into a series of populist talking points.
: the American peoplesee definition - promoting a position as having the overwhelming support of all Americans, while providing no evidence that it does.
: reversal of realitysee definition - a statement that is not only verifiably false, but is the exact opposite of the truth.
: Not only is Trump not the most accessible president, he's set records for not holding press conferences[1] and is typically vehemently hostile to the press.[2]
: false equivalencysee definition - implying that two things are essentially the same, when they only have anecdotal similarities.
: Between criminally prosecuting those accused of actual crimes,[3][4] and criminally prosecuting those that have been critical of Trump and his allies.

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