Responding to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech on Tuesday, Arkansas Governor Sarah Sanders (R) urged the establishment of a “new generation of Republican leadership,” The Hill reported.
“The dividing line in America is no longer between right or left,” Sanders said. “The choice is between normal or crazy. It’s time for a new generation of Republican leadership.”
Sarah Sanders served as former president Trump’s White House spokeswoman.
Trump has announced that he is running for re-election in 2024, and he is currently the sole Republican contender for the 2024 election.
Republicans have argued that the Trump era should come to an end, and Sanders’ comment may be seen as a jab at the president.
Sanders continued to compliment the former president, recounting how she had accompanied him on a trip to see troops in Iraq during Christmas when in office.
The majority of Sanders’ speech was aimed at criticizing Biden for his remarks, hammering him on topics including inflation, migration patterns over the southern border, foreign policy, and cultural concerns.
Parts of Sanders’ speech struck a personal tone, notably when she discussed her and her moms’ struggles with illness.
“Faith propels us to charge boldly ahead,” Sanders noted.