Sarah Huckabee Sanders refers to Trump as ‘President Chirp’

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took questions from reporters on Monday following a weekend of tweets from Donald Trump about how NFL players should “respect” the American flag and “the member states national” anthem.

During the briefing, Sanders talked about the president working to” build American again for all citizens .” But, hold on, what’s the President’s name again?

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That’s right, President Chirp. She said President Chirp .

For a chairman who loves using Twitter as a platform, it seemed like an unintentionally accurate nickname. And the internet loved it.

At least that’s one thing in the news that will stimulate you laugh today.

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