As stressed by the representative of the White house, the US will "continue to exert maximum pressure" on Tehran and to impose on him a "huge penalties".
She referred reporters to Trump's outside legal team.
"You know, honestly I haven't had a conversation with him about that recently", Sanders responded.
"The fact that I'm taking questions and the president took questions from your colleagues just two hours ago demonstrates that this White House's commitment to being accessible and to providing information to the American public", she said at the daily briefing.
The White House press secretary recently came under fire after Giuliani revealed Trump did reimburse Cohen for the payment to adult film star Daniels, despite her repeated claims that the President knew nothing about it. She called it "maximum pressure", which she said has worked well on North Korea.
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We very much look forward to having the meeting between the United States and North Korea. The suggestion came on the hill of the meeting between Kim and Moon Jae-in.
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"Just earlier this week, The Washington Post accused the First Lady of not living in the White House".
On another topic entirely, the press secretary said it is unlikely an infrastructure bill will happen this year.
Avery Bullard said "Not aware" was "Sanders' new go-to reply when asked in order to cover her ass".
"Some may excuse the president's inflammatory rhetoric about the media, but just because the president does not like news coverage does not make it fake", WHCA president and Bloomberg News correspondent Margaret Talev said.
Novartis and AT&T, have since confirmed they paid Cohen to gain insight into the Trump administration.