Supporters have always wondered how Sarah Huckabee Sanders was able to deal with her daily duties as press secretary for President Donald Trump. Now, it looks like we’ll all get to find out.
According to The Washington Examiner, Sanders has announced that she is writing a book about her days in the Trump White House. The book is set to be released close to Election Day 2020.
Sarah Sanders did not start out her time in the Trump administration as the press secretary. She was, however, thrust into the role once Sean Spicer’s troubles started.
Suddenly, Sanders was the face in front of the media every day, answering the always-tough questions about President Trump.
Still, from her first day in the new role, she never wavered in her support for Trump or in her defense of his actions to the media.
While this gained her great favor and loyalty from Trump, she was ridiculed by late-night hosts and despised by the White House press corps.
Eventually, the press became so hostile with her that Trump told her to back off daily briefings, instead opting to address the public directly on Twitter — something he was already doing anyway. This has continued even today, though Sanders has since stepped down from her role at the White House.
Sanders does not yet have a working title for the book, but the plotline is pretty clear. The former press secretary will dive deep behind the scenes of the daily happenings in the Trump White House, and will likely include some tasty tidbits from her days as one of Trump’s most trusted administration members.
“Sarah will address subjects including the media, family, faith, and performing an all-consuming and highly visible job while raising her young family,” a press release announcing the book read.
But beyond the book, it’s unclear what the future holds for Sarah Sanders politically.
She is being encouraged by Trump to run for governor of Arkansas, but that decision may depend on what happens during the 2020 election.
If Trump does win the election, most pundits believe Sarah Sanders will be on the ballot for governor come 2022, which is when current Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s term will be over. If he does not win? Well, who knows what the future holds.