Trump supporters were in for a pleasant surprise when White House press secretary made an appearance during a rally in Cleveland on Monday.
It only took her one sentence to make the entire crowd erupt.
“You’ll have to forgive Kellyanne and I. We’re maybe a little speechless — we’re not used to friendly crowds,” Sanders said, a clear jab at the media's horrible treatment of the women.
Sanders went on to thank President Donald Trump and his enthusiastic crowd of supporters.
“Mostly, it’s an honor to be with you, Mr. President. Thank you for giving us the privilege of a lifetime to work in your historic administration,” Sanders said. “And to do incredible things and literally change the course of our history.”
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Sanders then shared her personal side with the audience.
“But the greatest job that I’ll ever have and the greatest title I’ll ever have is that of a mom,” she said, sparking thunderous applause. “And that’s why I work for this president because I care about my kids’ future and I care about the future of our country.”
Yes, the rally was massive.
At one point, President Trump mocked the media's reaction when a protester interrupted him.
"The camera's turned like a pretzel....but they won't show these crowds," he said.
But President Trump, Sanders said, is still the man who she knows will put America first and protect the nation’s future.
As far as the administration’s future plans, they plan to continue to “make America great again,” she concluded.