Sarah Sanders Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Salary, Resignation, Net Worth

Sarah Sanders Biography

Sarah Sanders (Sarah Huckabee Sanders) is an American campaign manager and political adviser. Sanders served as the White House Press Secretary under President Donald Trump.

Sarah Sanders Age

Sarah Elizabeth Huckabee was born on August 13, 1982 in Hope Arkansas, U.S. She is 36 years old as of 2018.

Sarah Sanders Family

Sarah was born the youngest child and only daughter of Mike Huckabee and Janet (née McCain) Huckabee. She has two brothers David Huckabee, and John Mark Huckabee.

Sarah Sanders Father

Sarah was involved in her father’s first campaign for the United States Senate in 1992. She was also a field coordinator for her father’s 2002 reelection campaign for Governor of Arkansas.

Sarah Sanders Husband

Sarah married Bryan Sanders in 2010 in Cruz Bay on the island of St. John, part of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Huckabee met Bryan during her father’s 2008 presidential campaign. Huckabee was then the campaign’s field director while Sanders was hired as a media consultant.

Sarah Sanders Children  Kids

Sarah and Bryan have three children together: Scarlett Wiles Sanders, William Huckabee Sanders, and George Sanders.

Sarah Sanders Education

After her graduation from Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas., She attended Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Sarah was elected student body president and was active in Republican organizations. She then graduated from the university with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2004, majoring in political science and minoring in mass communications.

Sarah Sanders Career

Sanders was a regional liaison for congressional affairs at the U.S. Department of Education under President George W. Bush. In 2004, sanders worked as a field coordinator for President Bush’s re-election campaign in Ohio.

She is a founding partner of Second Street Strategies in Little Rock, Arkansas, Which is a general consulting services provider for Republican campaigns.

Sarah also worked on national political campaigns and on campaigns for federal office in Arkansas. She was vice president of Tsamoutales Strategies. She was a senior adviser to Tim Pawlenty in his 2012 presidential run. Sanders was involved in the campaigns of both U.S. senators from Arkansas, managing John Boozman’s 2010 campaign and also serving as an adviser to Tom Cotton’s 2014 election.

Following her father’s 2008 campaign, Sanders worked as executive director of Huck PAC a political action committee being also national campaign manager for the ONE Campaign, which is an international organization aimed at ending global poverty and preventable diseases.

Sarah Sanders Trump

Sanders signed on as a senior adviser for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, handling the Trump campaign’s communications for coalitions in 2016.

Sarah was named to the position of deputy White House press secretary in Donald Trump’s new administration after he was elected. She held her first White House press briefing on May 5, 2017, standing in for Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who was serving on Naval Reserve duty. Sarah continued to cover for Spicer until his return to the podium on May 12. She also stood in for Spicer during the dismissal of James Comey and the controversy following it.

Sarah Sanders Acosta

CNN’s Jim Acosta engaged in a verbal argument with Donald Trump in early November 2018. As Jim was in the process of asking the president a question, an intern, at the direction of Trump, tried to take away his microphone. Acosta’s White House credentials were suspended later in the day, in a move which was then widely criticized as unprecedented.

Sarah released a video of the moment the intern tried to grab the microphone from Acosta’s hand. That video then originated from conspiracy theorist Paul Joseph Watson of the far-right website Infowars, and was then allegedly altered to make Acosta seem aggressive and excluded him saying “Pardon me, ma’am” to the intern. Watson then denied that the video was doctored in any way.

Sarah Sanders CNN

CNN Communications Executive called Sarah’s sharing of the video “shameful” and the White House News Photographers Association said they were “appalled” by her actions and called video-manipulation “deceptive, dangerous and unethical.” and also said that what Sanders did was “equally problematic.”

During the 2018-2019 government shutdown which was caused by Congress’s refusal to fulfill President Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion in federal funds for a U.S.–Mexico border wall, Sarah argued that a border wall was necessary. She claimed that the CBP stopped nearly 4,000 known or suspected terrorists when they crossed the Mexico border in 2018.

Data obtained by NBC News contradicted Sarah’s assertion, showing that only six immigrants on the No Fly List (also known as the terror watch list) were encountered at the ports of entry on the Mexico border. In an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News, Chris countered her claim of nearly 4,000 terrorists, saying “I know the statistic. I didn’t know if you were going to use it, but I studied up on this. Do you know where those 4,000 people come—where they are captured? Airports.”

Sarah Sanders SNL

Like several of her White House colleagues, Sanders has been satirized on Saturday Night Live, in which she is then portrayed by Aidy Bryant.

Sarah Sanders Net Worth

The campaign manager has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

Sarah Sanders Salary

Sanders received a salary of $165,000 when she was Deputy Press Secretary and was increased to $179,700 when she got promoted as White House press secretary.

Sarah Sanders Height

Sanders height is not yet revealed.

Sarah Sanders Resignation | Sarah Sanders Leaving White House

On June 13, 2019, president Donald Trump announced that Sarah Huckabee would be leaving state house at the end of the month and she would be going home to the Great State of Arkansas.

Trump went ahead to praise her as a “warrior”. Being the latest senior White House aide to exit, Sanders said her role had been “the honour of a lifetime”

Melania Trump’s communications director Stephanie Grisham will be the new White House press secretary, replacing Sarah. Grisham has served as communications director to Melania Trump since March 2017 and previously worked on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Sarah Sanders Restaurant | Sarah Sanders Red Hen

A co-owner of a 26-seat restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, which is 200 miles from Washington, D.C., asked Sanders to leave the restaurant on Friday June 22, 2018 because she worked for the Trump administration. This gave rise to the Red Hen restaurant controversy. Using her White House Press Secretary Twitter account, she named the restaurant that refused to serve her, and the former Director of the United States Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub said that she had violated ethics laws by “discouraging patronage” and also “using her office to get public to pressure it”