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Kelly Sadler

Kelly Sadler

Kelly Sadler is the Commentary Editor and a columnist for The Washington Times. Often seen as a Newsmax contributor, Ms. Sadler started out as a beat reporter at Bloomberg News, and later covered politics and commentary during the 2016 presidential election at the Washington Times. Ms. Sadler is a Trump Administration alum, serving as a Special Assistant to the President, where she coordinated surrogate coverage and talking points. She most recently served as the communication director for America First Action. She can be reached at ksadler@washingtontimes.com.

Columns by Kelly Sadler

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a press briefing at the White House, Monday, April 5, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Jen Psaki: The queen of misinformation

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked a pointed question yesterday: Does the President acknowledge he lied when he told ESPN Georgia's new voter integrity law closes polls early at 5 p.m.? Published April 6, 2021

MLB umpire Tony Randazzo, left, signals as Cincinnati Reds' Nick Castellanos, middle, scores a run as he slides past the tag of St. Louis Cardinals' Jake Woodford during a baseball game in Cincinnati, Saturday, April 3, 2021. The Reds won 9-6. (AP Photo/Aaron Doster)

Woke MLB relocates All-Star Game from majority-Black to majority-White city

Major League Baseball is so woke it ripped their All-Star Game from one of the largest minority communities in America and gave it to a less diverse city in a state that has more restrictive elections. And it was all over a bill that has a plurality of support by Americans. Published April 6, 2021

In this Nov. 30, 2018, file photo, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, appointed by President George H. W. Bush, sits with fellow Supreme Court justices for a group portrait at the Supreme Court Building in Washington. Thomas has never been afraid to turn right when his colleagues turn left, or in any direction really as long as there’s a place to plug in his 40-foot refitted tour bus. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Clarence Thomas issues road map on how to stop big tech bias

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas argued in an opinion Monday that social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook may not have First Amendment rights to ban users on their platforms, laying out the legal framework for Republicans in Congress to regulate big tech. Published April 5, 2021

In this Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, file photo, Hunter Biden arrives at the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Hunter Biden says his service on the board of a Ukrainian gas company wasn't unethical and didn't amount to a lack of judgment on his part. But he writes in a new book, “Beautiful Things,” that he wouldn't do it again, citing partisan politics as the reason. (Win McNamee/Pool Photo via AP, File)

Where’s Hunter Biden?

Last week an enterprising reporter at the New York Post asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki what a $3.5 million payment to Hunter Biden from the wife of Moscow's former mayor was for. Published March 31, 2021

A business that has closed permanently displays a sign near the entrance, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in Orlando, Fla.   The “For Rent” signs on storefronts and offices around the world provide a stark illustration of COVID's toll on small businesses. With government restrictions and fear keeping consumers out of restaurants, stores and other establishments, businesses that operate on narrow revenue streams have struggled the past year. Or, they’ve disappeared, leaving millions of workers unemployed.   (AP Photo/John Raoux)

The New York and California exodus

One of the more underreported stories of the past year is how residents of New York and California are leaving their progressive states behind for the likes of Texas and Florida. Published March 30, 2021

President Joe Biden listens to a question during a news conference in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, March 25, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Biden’s press conference was elder abuse

It was an hour of incoherent babbling - except for when President Joe Biden read directly from his talking points. The questions were polite and predictable - from preselected, approved reporters. Published March 25, 2021

Vice President Kamala Harris convenes a roundtable discussion on Equal Pay Day with women leaders of advocacy organizations at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington, Wednesday, March 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Border czar Harris compared ICE officers to KKK, supports sanctuary cities

Vice President Kamala Harris is the worst possible choice to be handling the crisis on our southern border -- she's demonstrated time and time again that she doesn't support the work of our nation's border officers and supports radical immigration policies such as sanctuary cities and decriminalizing border crossings. Published March 25, 2021

President Joe Biden talks to members of the press before boarding Air Force One on departure from John Glenn Columbus International Airport, Tuesday, March 23, 2021, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Press conference questions Biden should be asked (but likely won’t be)

President Joseph R. Biden will conduct his first press conference Thursday - after 64 days being in office and continually ducking the media's questions. The press should hold Mr. Biden accountable and dive into his policy decisions in order to extract details and new information for the public, without fear or favor. Published March 24, 2021