Prominent singer and actress Cher goes after the U.S. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her fashion choices.
On Monday, Cher took it to Twitter to criticize Huckabee’s choice of clothing, advising her to stop dressing like a “sister wife”.
Here is the tweet she shared on her account:
Would someone please tell Sarah Huckabee Sanders to stop dressing like a sister wife pic.twitter.com/7MC5epIzIR
— Cher (@cher) January 23, 2018
Unfortunately for her, what she didn’t see coming was the reaction of Sarah’s father, the former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who wasn’t going to let this slide.
According to the Gateway Pundit, the governor said : “ Of all the people to give fashion advice on how to professionally dress like a business person, are you serious, Cher? You’re going to be the one? The person who dresses like a cigarette girl at a casino on stage? And you’re going to tell my daughter how to dress? I just find that laughable and utterly out of touch and what kind of lala land do these celebrities live in.”
Now this was a reply. He really told her off. She ought to be more cautious next time she decides to criticize someone.
Nevertheless, speaking about Sarah Sanders, other related news says that the press was very angry that President Trump exposed liberal Sen. Kristen Gillibrand for asking him for campaign money before he was commander-in-chief.
Most certainly, Trump was not being sexist, he just called her out for what she did.
But naturally, as with everything else, Democrats immediately assumed that was sexual. Luckily, Sarah Huckabee Sanders wasn’t going to let this go unaddressed.
“The White House defended President Trump on Tuesday for suggesting Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand “would do anything” for campaign contributions, saying those who claimed the tweet contained sexual innuendo have their mind “in the gutter.”
The press secretary told reporters that Trump has used “similar terminology many times when talking about politicians of both parties, both men and women.”
She said, “There’s no way this is sexist at all,” explaining, “He’s not alleging anything. He’s talking about the way our system functions as it is – that politicians repeatedly beg for money. That’s not something new and that comment, frankly, isn’t something new.”
Sarah had another great moment when she said “We’ve wasted five days fighting over one word.”, referring to the alleged comment that the President made regarding the third world countries.
BizPac Review published an interview in which a reporter asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders “In that meeting, the president reportedly used a vulgarity,” adding, “The White House has said he did not use that specific word. The president has said that as well but a number of people in the administration said he used tough language, rough language, strong language – can you clear up what the president did say?”
On which Sanders explained : “Look, I wasn’t in that room so I can only go off the individuals who were.”
She continued :“They said that term wasn’t used but tough language was. No one will pretend like the president is always politically correct. He isn’t. I think that’s one of the reasons the American people love him, one of the reasons he won and is in the Oval Office today. He isn’t a scripted robot. He’s somebody who tells things like they are sometimes, and sometimes he does use tough language.”
The U.S. Press Secretary concluded: “The point he’s trying to make, the point that the entire conversation frankly should be focused on, is the issue at hand.” adding “We’ve wasted five days fighting over one word when we should be fighting over the people that are involved in the DACA program. If Democrats really want to protect these individuals, that’s who they should be fighting for and that’s what they should be fighting about, is figuring out a permanent solution the DACA. Not a quick fix. Figuring out how to secure the border and increase border security. Figuring out how to end chain migration. How to end the Visa lottery situation. They’re wasting time and complaining the president isn’t doing enough when he is the only one really engaging in this process, and hopefully they’ll get on board, get out of the way, and actually start doing their job.”