Sarah Sanders swipes back at report she’s planning to leave White House

White House press secretary Dorothy Sanders hit back Wednesday evening against a report that she had been considering leaving her role, stating she “ loves” her work and is “ honored” to work with Leader Trump.

Sanders was replying for an earlier CBS News record that both she and mouthpiece press secretary Raj Shah possess considered leaving their positions within the administration.

“ Does @CBSNews know some thing I don’ t about our plans and my future, ” Sanders asked in a tweet. “ I was at my daughter’ s year-end Kindergarten event and they ran a tale about my ‘ plans in order to leave the WH’ without actually talking to me. ”

Both Sanders plus Shah are weighing future choices, Fox News has learned, which might or may not include their take-offs from the White House.

Sanders has discussed departing sometime after November’ h midterm elections and although Shah’ s timetable is unclear, it could actually come sooner – although each could remain in their roles, as well.

Sanders recently returned from a extended trip abroad with Trump which usually culminated in the president’ s historic summit along with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore Tuesday morning.

The daughter of previous Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sanders managed her father’ s president campaign in 2016 before signing up for Trump’ s. She later had been promoted to White House push secretary following the July 2017 resignation of Sean Spicer.

Shah, who was promoted towards the deputy press secretary position final September after  operating as deputy assistant to the leader and deputy communications director, failed to immediately respond to the conjecture regarding his future.  

Fox News’ John Roberts and Serafin Gomez contributed to this report.

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