"Does [CBS News] know something I don't about my plans and my future?" she posted.
Sanders responded shortly after in a tweet, claiming she was at her "daughter's year-end Kindergarten event" when CBS News "ran a story about [her] "plans to leave the WH" without even talking to" her.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders responded to a report Wednesday that she was planning to leave the administration. She said she loved her job and was honored to work for the president. She replaced Sean Spicer. Some of the vacant positions remain unfilled, and in fact, the Trump White House never fully staffed all the typical jobs.
The White House Office of Communications has been one of the most volatile of the Trump administration.
If true, it would be the latest series of shakeups in the White House press department since Hope Hicks resigned as the White House communications director in February.