Sarah Sanders refuses to rule out leaving White House at end of contentious press conference: 'I'm praying for clarity'
Sarah Huckabee Sanders -- screenshot

Following what can only be described as a frantic and contentious White House press conference -- more so than usual -- Trump spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not directly answer a question about reports of her leaving -- instead saying she was showing up every day to do her job.

Asked about the CBS report from Wednesday night that she and deputy press secretary Raj Shah were looking to bail, Sanders issued a non-denial denial.

"As I stated last night in a tweet that CBS got a little ahead of their skis, particularly because they put out a story without ever actually talking to me, it seems like it would be a little bit problematic in terms of personnel announcements, I don't have any to make," she stated.

"I will tell you that I show up here everyday, I love my job, I'm glad to work for the president," she continued. "Every day I'll pray for clarity on what my future looks like. Right now the country's looks pretty good."

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