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Sarah Huckabee Sanders slams Hillary from the podium AGAIN

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders slammed from the podium for a second day in a row, this time over the ex-Democratic nominee saying President wasn't being a president to all Americans. 

'I think that type of misunderstanding of who this president is and, frankly, a misunderstanding of what he's been doing is exactly one of the reasons is not the president,' Sarah Huckabee Sanders began. 

'And is, instead, pushing a book with a lot of false narratives and a lot of false accusations and placing blame on a lot of other people instead of accepting it herself,' she said. 

When a reporter followed up and asked the press secretary to pinpoint what parts of Clinton's new book, What Happened, were factually inaccurate, Huckabee Sanders made a blunt statement and moved on. 

'I think probably the biggest one is any place in the book where she lays blame for the loss on anyone but herself,' Huckabee Sanders said. 

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Once again White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized Hillary Clinton saying her book promotes 'false narratives' because she should only be blaming herself 

Once again White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized saying her book promotes 'false narratives' because she should only be blaming herself 

On The View Wednesday, Hillary Clinton said she was 'disappointed' in President Trump's performance thus far, though hoped he could learn to be a president for 'the entire country'

On The View Wednesday, said she was 'disappointed' in President 's performance thus far, though hoped he could learn to be a president for 'the entire country'

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she thought Hillary Clinton's book tour was 'sad' as she's 'propping up book sales with false and reckless attacks' 

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she thought 's book tour was 'sad' as she's 'propping up book sales with false and reckless attacks' 

Hillary Clinton holds up a copy of her new book What Happened. President Trump doesn't need to read it, his press secretary said Tuesday, because 'he's pretty well versed on what happened' 

holds up a copy of her new book What Happened. President doesn't need to read it, his press secretary said Tuesday, because 'he's pretty well versed on what happened' 

Wednesday marked day No. 2 of Clinton's book being out and the former secretary of state continued on in her media blitz.  

On The View she remarked that she was 'disappointed' in what she had seen from thus far, especially in his dealings with racial violence in Charlottesville. 

'But I also hope – hope springs eternal,' Clinton remarked. 'I hope there can be a greater understanding of what it means to be president for the entire country.' 

'People who voted for you, people who did not vote for you, people who are different from you,' she began ticking off.  

That particular quote was what Huckabee Sanders was asked about today. 

Yesterday she was simply asked, by Yahoo's Hunter Walker, if President planned to read his ex-rival's book.   

Huckabee Sanders didn't know.    

'But I would think that he's pretty well versed on what happened,' she said, snarking at Clinton's book title.  

'I think it's sad that after ran one of the most negative campaigns in

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