"Sarah Sanders saying anyone else's language is atrocious while defending Trump is the biggest joke of the year," one Twitter user wrote.
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
Former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized the House's vote on a war powers resolution Thursday.
The National Stuttering Association took to social media to condemn the former White House press secretary for taking jabs at Joe Biden's imitation of a young boy's stutter during a debate.
The president's son and Trump Organization boss said the Biden could not get through "two sentences without stuttering."
On Fox News Thursday, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called President Donald Trump a "fighter" after he insinuated at a Michigan rally on Wednesday that late Representative John Dingell went to hell.
The comedian spoke to Newsweek ahead of the release of her new Netflix special, 'Joke Show,' to talk about the White House Correspondents' Dinner and telling jokes for everybody.
"We knew all along that there was no scandal here, " the former White House press secretary said on Fox News.
The former White House press secretary said the president takes large file boxes of reading material while traveling.
Grisham has granted interviews to Fox News, Sinclair Broadcasting Group and One America News network, all conservative-leaning networks.
The controversial Canadian psychologist checked himself into a rehabilitation facility in New York last month after he started taking the drug Clonazepam.
The video was played at an event attended by Donald Trump Jr. and former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
"The only person who is been on a steady incline and continuing to gain momentum and gain support seems to be Elizabeth Warren," Trump's former press secretary said.
"They're writing books now. I mean, they're all getting famous off of this presidency," Stephanie Grisham complained.
"There's a big difference between commentators and news, and we have blended those so that there is no difference anymore," Sanders said.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on a lengthy tirade against the media during an appearance on Fox News host Sean Hannity's show.
Huckabee Sanders said Comey should feel "lucky he's not already in prison" and she has "total confidence" in AG William Barr to bring charges against the former FBI director.
"I am only the third woman and the first mom to ever be the White House press secretary," Sanders said.
"She does it her way and it's the right way. She's not gonna be bullied. She's not gonna be pushed around. She's going to stand firm and get her message out there."
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the latest Trump administration figure to make the jump between the White House and Fox News.
The congresswoman criticized the first daughter for appearing at the G20 summit in Osaka last week.
Sanders, who announced her resignation earlier this month, has been replaced by Stephanie Grisham, a former spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump.
Kellyanne Conway is the biggest Hatch Act offender, but more than a dozen other Trump administration officials are accused of breaking the federal law.
As spokeswoman for the first lady, Grisham was a loyal defender of Melania Trump.
"It is absurd that this happened," one former member of the White House Correspondents' Association told Newsweek about the planned gathering.
"At this time we're not going to take any questions, but we're hoping to come back to you guys with some more information later today," the chief Pentagon spokesman said.
Stephanie Grisham came out ahead of other current and former administration officials and TV commentators supposedly being considered for White House press secretary.
"I'm a little surprised that this came out of Axelrod," Huckabee said. "He's a better person than that."
The pursuit of the truth seemed to be subordinate to the objectives of a few members of the media, who provided ample fodder for the president's constant criticisms of "fake news."