Source Says Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Replace Sean Spicer

Will White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer be the next person in the Trump Administration to hear the President’s famous catchphrase “you’re fired”?

Perhaps – but it’s more likely that he’ll simply be “replaced” rather than technically “fired,” as most White House press secretaries don’t keep the job for long. I mean, can you imagine if your job was to defend everything someone says no matter how often you disagree?

So who is next in line for the position? The Gateway Pundit is claiming to have exclusive information on just that….

A restructuring is set to take place in the White House briefing room. The Gateway Pundit has recently learned from someone with very close ties to the Administration that Sarah Huckabee Sanders is slated to take over for current White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Our exclusive source declined a further request for additional information regarding Sean Spicer’s future role in the White House Administration.

The staffing change is purported to have come directly from Sean Spicer who notified our source of the shift.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, will be taking over for current White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, a source close to Spicer confirmed to the Gateway Pundit recently.

H/T The Gateway Pundit

According to GWP, she’s the top pick thanks to her ability to keep her composure under pressure.

This isn’t the first time that Huckabee Sanders has been floated as a potential replacement to Spicer. She’s acted as Press Secretary in Spicer’s place when he’s been absent. And the results have been largely positive. Just look at some of the headlines from when Sanders took the podium back in May:

Is it time for a new Press Secretary? Let us know who you think should take the job after Spicer in the comments section below!

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