Sarah Sanders’ decision to leave the White House came as a shock to many, but she likely won’t be gone from the public eye for long. Sanders could be planning a big political move in the near future.
Reports say that Sarah Sanders may be planning the launch of her very own campaign for public office.
Departing White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is “extremely serious” about a potential Arkansas gubernatorial run, according to a report from Politico.
Sanders would be running against incumbent Republican Asa Hutchinson, so the former press secretary would definitely have the name recognition advantage.
Sanders and her allies have started making calls to donors and Republican operatives in the state.
The machine is being built and seeing Sanders in a governor’s position would definitely be something special.
Donald Trump also indicated that Sanders is considering a run for public office, saying that “I have a feeling she’s going to be running for a certain gubernatorial position.”
Trump also issued a ringing endorsement of Sanders’ character, stating that she is a “woman who has been so good, so talented, so wonderful.”
Leaving the White House
Sarah Sanders made it clear that leaving the Trump administration will be a hard move to make.
Breitbart reports: “Sanders thanked the president for the ‘honor of a lifetime’ and told the crowd that she looks forward to spending more time with her children.”
Being a press secretary for any president would be a significant achievement, but being a press secretary in the historic Trump administration is the job of a lifetime.
With Sanders gearing up to campaign for governor in Arkansas, the question now remains; who will fill her empty spot in the White House?