Sarah Huckabee Sanders To Contend For Arkansas Governor Seat

Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump’s Press Secretary Of The White House announced to run for the Arkansas Governor seat.

In a short video where Sanders announced her gubernatorial bid, she said she had been put through severe tests and tried time and again while she held her office under the Trump Presidency. 

Sarah Huckabee Sanders under Trump Presidency:

Defending Trump’s faux pas and Trump’s controversial statements, she was often attacked brutally and given low credibility by her colleagues from the same fraternity in the White House.

The firing of James Comey, former FBI Director by Trump, in lieu of Sanders’ baseless statements and lack of evidence to support them, put her credibility under question.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Makes A String Of Promises:

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the daughter of Arkansas’ Governor, Mike Huckabee, in an announcement video credited herself to be the third woman to serve as the Press Secretary of the White House – a challenging position that has enabled her to take challenges head-on and not be intimidated by any threat. The statement was intended to assure the Arkansans of her potential and credibility.

Making a string of promises Sanders said she would stand by the law, work for the progress of the poor and implement stringent measures to stop cities from violating the Immigration laws. In her speech, she further added that once elected, she would work tirelessly to defend their Second Amendment Right to keep their families safe and ensure them Freedom of Speech and Religion.

Sanders, who is thirty-eight years old, had earlier run for the Republican Presidential nomination twice but failed. Following in her father’s footsteps, Mike Huckabee, she harbors hope to win the support of the people of Arkansas that seems more like a home ground to her.

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