One was about vacations, while the other was about a typical procedure at the White House.
Time’s White House Correspondent Zeke Miller asked two completely worthless questions at the White House press briefing on Tuesday.
First, Miller asked Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders why there was a legal review of the Russia sanctions bill, given the president already planned to sign the bill.
Sanders explained that the process was common to every “complex” piece of legislation.
Then, for his second question, Miller asked about President Trump’s vacation plans for August.
Details regarding any vacation had not been finalized, so Sanders did not have any new information to give the press corps.
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