White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told 'Fox & Friends' on Tuesday that she is disappointed to find that the Democratic Party has "no message, no leadership, no solutions" and their "only message is to attack people that support this president."
"I think it’s a sad day in America when Democrats’ only message is to attack people that support this president and support this country," she said. "Their party has no message, no leadership, no solutions and they want to fight a president who is trying to lead and who is doing amazing things for our country."
Sanders also responded to Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin, who said this weekend that Sanders, "has no right to live a life of no fuss, no muss, after lying to the press, after inciting against the press."
"I'm going to do exactly what I teach my kids to do, and that is to show respect to everyone whether I disagree with them or not. Maybe Jennifer Rubin can learn a thing or two from that," Sanders said in response.
"This is a sad situation," she added, "where politics has gotten."
"Look, we live in an amazing country, and certainly people should be free to disagree, but we should be able to do that in a nicer way, that doesn't call for people to never step foot in public."
About his announcement next Monday of his next Supreme Court nominee, she said: "The main thing the president is looking for are people that fit the qualifications that you would want in a Supreme Court Justice."