The press secretary previously claimed President Donald Trump did not dictate the statement.
"There must be 60 hotels in Washington. I don't believe the mattresses in the Trump hotel are any better. This is just weird," Richard Painter said.
"The double standard is truly astounding," Melania Trump's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham stated on her behalf.
"I think that as a kid and certainly as parent, there is nothing that could be more terrifying than for a kid to go to school and not feel safe," Sanders said.
"There's a difference between misspeaking or not knowing something than maliciously lying."
The press secretary said there was a war against women in Donald Trump's administration.
Sanders said she was "not going to get into the back and forth on this," in reference to a public apology on the McCain comment.
Payments by large corporations to Cohen's Essential Consultants has raised awkward questions for the president.
The former Fox News anchor said Huckabee Sanders laughed at his suggestion.
The press secretary has faced a challenging week.
"When we talk about the president lying and not lying and all this other stuff I think there's another component to this that people are missing...the president is not like the other presidents."
One reporter asked "why the president was not truthful with the American people."
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.
Jackson's nomination as veterans affairs secretary was withdrawn last week.
"I'm never really sure what to call Sarah Huckabee Sanders … what's Uncle Tom for white women who disappoint other white women."
Conservatives were appalled when "Daily Show" comedian Michelle Wolf roasted President Donald Trump's sex life and Sarah Huckabee Sanders's job performance.
"It can mean a lot of things to a lot of people," Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said after being forced to answer the question.