WATCH: Bad Lip Reading Did a White House Presser, and It’s Pure Gold

Americans love Sarah Sanders, and their affection for her definitely grows daily as they watch her harassed by the press…and worse.

As the first Press Secretary to require Secret Service protection, Sanders has weathered some of the toughest storms the Trump administration has faced, and she’s done so with grace, class, and a heck of a lot of dignity.

She can even rake Jim Acosta over the coals without losing her cool, which has gotta be tough. I think we can all agree the majority of sensible people in her position would have smacked him by now.

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It’s hard to comment on Sanders without feeling complete sympathy for what she has to go through each day, so when Bad Lip Reading did one of her White House Press briefings, it rang truer than most of the YouTube channel’s hilarious videos, which take footage from TV shows or televised events and do voice-overs to make it look as though the people on camera are saying hilarious (or just  plain random) things.

They seemed to tap into Sarah’s tired frustration with the ridiculous journalists she faces each and every day, and the slack-jawed look on some of the correspondent’s faces were brilliant canvases for Bad Lip Reading to work their magic.

In their interpretation, Sarah lays it out to the White House press pool in the words most of us are already thinking when we watch those media circuses:

“You suck.”


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