White House denies FISA confusion


Earlier in the press briefing, Sanders attempted to brush off CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's questions about whether Trump fired off many early morning tweets after watching "Fox & Friends" segments, a well-documented habit. "It is well-known that he has concerns about the domestic FISA law", said Ryan, who went on to acknowledge that the domestic law was "not what we're doing today".

Sanders told reporters on Wednesday night the White House wanted Congress to reauthorize a section of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Amendments Act.

"We don't think there was a conflict at all", said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

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White House chief of staff John Kelly was on hand at the Capitol on Thursday morning to ensure passage of the FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act, making clear to members that the President was fully on board with reauthorizing the warrantless surveillance programs the legislation sought to reauthorize. She suggested reporters were the only ones left confused, prompting Trump to issue a second tweet almost two hours later.

He also asked Sanders what she most liked about her role. The president appeared to both criticize and back the legislation, which the House reauthorized by a vote of 256-164 Thursday.

When pressed by MSNBC's Hallie Jackson to acknowledge that the series of events was confusing, Sanders declined, stating that "the premise of your question is ridiculous" and "shows the lack of knowledge that you have on this process".