Kayleigh McEnany Born: 18 April 1988 (age 32 years), Tampa, Florida, the United States from the Republican party may seem like fresh meat for the Republican press, but this brave and intelligent secretary will knock your boots off!
Her latest actions against the Washington media made it seem like she's putting her best foot forward every day as she receives an enormous amount of positive reviews from American Citizens sick of watching the media outlets making President Donald Trump look unfit as a President.
A press secretary is famous for having the enduring willingness to deal with pundit correspondents -however, President Donald Trump's secretary McEnany doesn't run away from dealing with the news outlets.
McEnany's demonstration on Friends and Fox News is the evidence.
In the conclusion of the interview discussing issues concerning previous Vice President Joe Biden, China trade talks, the secretary was pressed regarding a query the President got from a reporter in Rose Garden.
A CBS News, White House correspondent, asked President Donald Trump if the administration had taken action in mass testing in The United States even though citizens are still losing their lives every day.
President Donald Trump claimed that “lives are being lost all over the world, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic,” then told the correspondent to “Ask China.”
The scenario sparked criticism from leftist media outlets, making a scene wherein President Trump made an inappropriate ethnic slur towards the Asian correspondent.
Rather than answering the correspondent's question, President Trump explained that he was posturing the answer in general terms. He concluded the news conference promptly.
Brian Kilmeade, the host of Fox & Friends, questioned the secretary McEnany regarding the issue last Tuesday.
“Do you want to expand on that?” he pressed. “I guess she was saying that maybe the President was saying that because she's Asian. Did that figure into that at all?”
“No, that's a ridiculous assertion,” she said. “But what I would note is, leave it to members of the White House press corps to make it about them, to take a question, to turn around and somehow say, ‘How dare you to ask this of me, me, me, me?.'
“Well, guess what? It's not about ‘me.' This is about the American people.
“President Trump says, ask China about this, ask China about the fact that they slow-walked information, that alongside the World Health Organization that American lives were put at risk. China has some real questions to answer here. But leave it [to the White House press corps to make it about themselves.”
Given the growing tension between the Washington media- a lapdog of the Obama administration, and President Trump- makes it unfeasible for any White House secretary to be in good relation with the “corresspundits.”
This is the type of bravery McEnany displayed in a previous briefing week, McEnany destroys a baiting nonsensical query concerning the embarrassment of the Washington Media corps.