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What does "Everybody who sees the president knows" (last paragraph) mean?


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Sarah Sanders stepped down as White House press secretary this week, leaving a new task for President Donald Trump: finding a new voice of the administration.

Sanders has been a key member that the president has turned to and has often bucked tradition under her tenure. She stopped hosting press briefings, a move that has been criticized by reporters. She and other top White House officials began hosting Q&As in the White House driveway. Sanders also brought the president's messaging to one of the president's most watched program: Fox News' "Fox & Friends."

Speculation has already begun on who will take Sanders' place when she leaves at the end of the month.

Sean Spicer, a former White House press secretary, said Friday that he believes the president has "plenty of good choices" already working in the White House or his administration. He also didn't rule out officials from outside the Trump administration.

"At the end of the day, this is going to come down to who the president really feels has good chemistry with him," he said in an interview with Fox News. "Everybody who sees the president knows, he really takes communications very, very seriously. The words he uses, the tone of those words.

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