White House correspondent April Ryan made a bizarre claim about her heated interaction with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Thursday . . .
Ryan appeared on CNN and claimed that Huckabee Sanders made an oblique reference to a threat used on the streets during their interaction earlier Thursday.
“You were blind-sided,” Ryan said, recalling her question to Sanders. “She acknowledged she did not know. And then to go into um, the personal, it was not personal. It was not personal. What it shows me is, is that she is feeling that she was in a vice, you know of sorts.”
“But she went ‘street’ to me,” she claimed. “To say something like, you know, ‘you don’t know me,’ in certain sectors of this nation, people understand what ‘you don’t know me’ means. It’s very ‘street,’ and it leads to a fight, a physical fight.”
“So I’m not there to fight,” she said, “I’m there to ask questions and I’ve been doing it for twenty-one years, and very well. And I’ve had relationships with press secretaries, I just don’t seem to understand why these last two press secretaries like to point me out.” (Read more from “Journalist Makes a Bizarre Claim Against Sarah Sanders After Heated Interaction” HERE)