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‘Will anyone even notice?’: Ridicule surrounds Sarah Huckabee Sanders as she flees White House for Arkansas

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President Donald Trump announced Thursday that after “3 1/2 years our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month.” It’s an amazing feat given that the president has only been in office for two and one-half years. It was just one of many things the internet mocked at the end of the reign of Sanders.

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Sanders had announced last year that she would leave the White House, but those with Trump on their resumes were having a very hard time finding jobs.

In a second tweet, the president said that he hopes Sanders seeks to run for the governor of Arkansas, a job Sanders’ father previously held. It’s unclear what Sanders will be doing in Arkansas.

You can see the considerable sendoff from Twitter below:

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