'It's a yes or no question': Reporter grills Sarah Sanders over Trump asking FBI officials who they voted for
Cecilia Vega speaks to Sarah Sanders (CNN/screen grab)

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday refused to deny that President Donald Trump asked acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe who he voted for.

According to The Washington Post, Trump asked McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 presidential election. McCabe reportedly told the president that he did not vote. The president has also been accused of asking former FBI Director James Comey for a loyalty pledge.

At Wednesday's briefing CBS correspondent Cecilia Vega asked Sanders if Trump "made a habit" of asking officials how they voted.

"Not that I'm aware of," Sanders replied.

When Vega pressed about Trump's conversation with McCabe, Sanders did not deny that the president asked the acting FBI director how he voted.

"I can't get into the details of what was discussed, I wasn't there," Sanders stated.

"It's a yes or no question," Vega pointed out. "He did or he didn't ask."

"I wasn't in the room, I don't know," Sanders shot back. "I know he didn't ask me."

Later in the briefing, the press secretary became visibly disturbed when reporters pressed her on the question.

"I very seriously doubt that any person in America would list that as an issue they care about," Sanders insisted.

Watch the video below from CNN.