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Sarah Sanders Just Said She ‘Understands’ The Law Better Than Jerry Nadler And Instantly Got Torched For It

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders went after House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Wednesday, insisting that she knows more about the law than he does.

Speaking to reporters at the White House, Sanders suggested that she understands the law “better than” Nadler.

“You would think for an attorney, Chairman Nadler would be a little more up on the law,” Sanders told one reporter. “I’m not, and I actually feel like I understand it better than he does.”

“Chairman Nadler — take a minute to let this sink in — Chairman Nadler is asking the attorney general of the United States to break the law and commit a crime by releasing information that he knows he has no legal authority to have,” she added. “It’s truly outrageous.”

But Sanders’ statement is straight up false.

In his Wednesday hearing, Nadler clarified that Democrats want Barr to legally release the unredacted Mueller report by getting a court order to reveal grand jury testimony.

People on Twitter decided to call Sanders out for her outrageous claims:

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