Watch — Sarah Sanders’ Top 8 Moments as White House Press Secretary


White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will exit the White House Friday for the final time as a part of the Trump administration, as reported earlier this month.In a tweet Friday, Sanders reminisced on her time at the White House and gave thanks to President Trump.

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Sarah Sanders Sends Message To Critics: ‘I Will Walk Out Of White House Today With Head Held High’ – MAGA Conservative


Sarah Sanders did a great job in a nearly impossible job. The press is never, ever happy. They complain and attack and prefer gossip to news as that is what sells today.Sarah Sanders dealt with all of that and dealt with a media master in Trump, leaving her little margin for error.She also came under attack from Hollywood, and we all remember the rude treatment that restaurant gave her. Look, she did a great job and if she worked for any other president she would have been praised for being a strong working mother.

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Have we all underrated the humble pencil? – BBC News  a smidgen of trivia


When the great 19th Century American writer Henry David Thoreau made a comprehensive list of supplies for an excursion, he specified obvious items like a tent and matches, and added string, old newspapers, a tape measure and a magnifying glass.He also included paper and stamps, to make notes and write letters.Strange, then, that he omitted to mention the very pencil with which he was making the list. Stranger still, when you realise that Thoreau’s family made its money by manufacturing high-quality pencils.The pencil seems fated to be overlooked. It’s the theme of an old English riddle: “I am taken from a mine, and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost everybody.”We say the pen is mightier than the sword, but not the pencil – it’s too easily erased.

Source: Have we all underrated the humble pencil? – BBC News