„One of the big things my dad was running on was changing Washington, breaking that cycle, I felt like the outsider component was important and I thought he had the ability to actually win and defeat Hillary.“

—  Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump looking to Sarah Huckabee Sanders in tough moments https://apnews.com/29ea3c163ce34b00bd4b2deb4145dfd6/sarah-huckabee-sanders-rising-star-trumps-orbit (March 12, 2017)
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