During Wednesday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied any accusations that Donald Trump is a liar.
According to Trump, both the President of Mexico and the head of the Boy Scouts called him to praise the way he’s been running the country. Those claims were both proven to be false by the people themselves.
“Did he lie?” asked ABC News correspondent Cecilia Vega during a press briefing.
Sanders first tried to play it off by saying that Trump was referring to a conversation he had with Mexico’s president at the G20 Hamburg summit.
“But the president specifically said he received a phone call from the president of Mexico,” Vega pressed.
“They were direct conversations, not phone calls,” Sanders interrupted.
“So he lied,” Vega shot back. “He didn’t receive that phone call.”
“I wouldn’t say it is a lie. That’s a pretty bold accusation,” Sanders replied. “The conversations took place.”
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