Sarah Sanders Won’t Respond To “Deeply Personal” Question About Trump

( Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the former White House press secretary, currently running for governor in Arkansas, traveled to Iowa to urge Republicans to cast ballots and discuss the significance of the elections in that state.

To prevent the radical left from taking over our nation, Sanders said, we need to ensure that we have conservative republicans in the house and the senate.

She urged Republicans to take over everything, starting at home. “Start with the school boards,” she said. This would have a significant impact in the future, and it is mainly succeeding, as evidenced by the many viral videos of angry parents vowing to get more involved now that the left is proving so dangerous to children.

Senator Joni Ernst, a Republican from Red Oak, introduced  Sarah, saying, “Please provide a warm greeting for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She is no stranger to Iowa folks.”

In addition to urging people to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, Sanders noted after her address at the event that she was there to support Sen. Ernst, a friend, when asked if her former boss, Donald Trump, is running for president once more and, if so, would she vote for him.

“That’s a question you’ll have to ask the president. That is not something I forgot, predicting his moves a long time ago. Every time I tried, I seemed to mess up every once in a while,” remarked Sanders.

Therefore, she said she would let him speak for himself because it is a personal choice.

She added, however, that she could assure that the nation would be in a much better situation if Trump were president instead of Joe Biden.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Republican nominee for governor, now has a 10% advantage over Chris Jones, the Democratic nominee.

Despite spending millions on television ads, Dr. Jay Barth, a politics professor at Hendrix College, claims that there has been “little change in voters’ opinions.”

To stay relatively competitive in a complex state for any Democrat, Jones has coupled enough resources to run a credible media campaign with a strong grassroots effort, according to Barth. Jones “may be on a route to the best statewide performance for a Democrat in several election cycles,” according to the report.

Yes, he may not lose in a clobbering. He may only lose very badly.