White House press secretary Sarah Sanders joins FNC's Harris Faulkner for a wide-ranging interview on "Outnumbered Overtime." She responds to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's statement in an interview with the Washington Post that an attempt to impeach President Trump is "not worth it."
"I think Nancy Pelosi is already starting to lose control of her party, I think we're seeing that on a lot of the things that have taken place over the past couple of weeks. I'm glad that she sees what the rest of us see, that there is no reason, no cause for impeachment. The president has done an incredible job in his first two years in office. The country is better than it has been in decades, and we're actually making progress on a number of fronts," the press secretary said.
"I think it is time for other Democrats in Nancy Pelosi's party to get on board and start doing what they were elected to do: Do their jobs, and quit trying to focus so much on making excuses for the historic loss that they suffered in 2016. Let's work with the president and solve some real problems," she added.
"We're focused on doing what the American people actually care about," Sanders said when asked if the Trump administration is making plans to fight an impeachment effort from Democrats. "Whether it is growing the economy, creating jobs... defeating ISIS, rebuilding the military, these are things that people sitting around in America actually care about. Nobody wants to see President Trump impeached --other than Democrats in Congress, who are failing and have no other message-- because our country is doing better. They know that is hard for them to run against in 2020, I think they've got a very, very hard uphill battle ahead of them."