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6 days ago
The face of the White House press operation has already undergone several iterations, with each embodying the administration in their own special way.
First was Sean Spicer, who exemplified the administration’s comfort with telling bald lies and being openly hostile toward the news media. Then came Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci, who was Donald Trump’s vulgarity incarnate. Now we have Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whose style as press secretary is less shrill than Spicer, and less pelvic-thrusting bravado à la The Mooch.
Sanders made numerous appearances at the podium as deputy press secretary, but she was pushed front and center in July when Spicer quit in protest of Scaramucci’s appointment as communications director, and really came into her own after Scaramucci left the White House in a blaze of profanity-laced glory. Hope Hicks, Trump’s longtime flack, was formally named Scaramucci’s.
Sanders, as a devout evangelical, reads from a book of Christian devotionals prior to every press briefing, according to The New York Times.