Sarah Sanders refuses to blame or even mention Russia in UK poisoning — which she calls ‘indiscriminate’

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During Monday’s White House briefing, a reporter noted that British Prime Minister Teresa May had accused Russia of “an unlawful use of force” after the poisoning was connected to Russia.

“We’ve been monitoring this incident closely, taking it very seriously,” Sanders opined. “The use of a highly dangerous nerve agent against U.K. citizens on U.K. soil is an outrage. The attack was reckless, indiscriminate and irresponsible.”

“We’ve been monitoring this incident closely, taking it very seriously,” Sanders opined. “The use of a highly dangerous nerve agent against U.K. citizens on U.K. soil is an outrage. The attack was reckless, indiscriminate and irresponsible.”

“So, you’re not saying Russia was behind this?” the reporter asked.

“Right now, we are standing with our U.K. allies,” Sanders said, refusing to mention Russia by name. “I think they’re working through even some of the details of this. And we’re going to continue to work with the U.K. and we certainly stand with them throughout this process.”

 

 

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