On Friday night, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders appeared on The Ingraham Angle. Sanders was asked to react to recent attacks against her, especially from MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski, claiming the press secretary “never says anything that is truthful” and that she’s “helping damage this republic,” as well as––as Ingraham put it––the “crap” that she has to put up with in the White House briefing room. “Look, it helps that I have three toddlers at home, so I’m pretty good at having a lot of patience and sometimes deal with somethings you don’t want to deal with,” Sanders began. “This is a president that has been elected by the forgotten men and women of this country a lot of liberals have contempt for those people, whether they’re men, whether they’re women and they want to attack us.” The press secretary said that President Trump is focused on “getting things for the American people and he’s “empowering women” by hiring several women in top positions in his administration. “I think it’s sad they’re attacking a lot of us while claiming to champion women’s causes and women’s issues,” Sanders added. Ingraham then asked Sanders if her boss ever wanted her to say something that she was uncomfortable with. “If there was ever a moment that I was uncomfortable doing something, I wouldn’t do it,” Sanders responded. “That’s not part of who I am. And this president’s not going to ask me to do something I’m not comfortable with.” Watch the clip above, via Fox News.