White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany ripped reporters during her daily briefing Monday; saying she received “12 questions about the Confederate Flag” but none about the rise in crime and violence in major cities.
“I was asked 12 questions about the Confederate Flag. This President is focused on action. I didn’t receive one question about the deaths that we saw in this country last weekend. I didn’t get one question about shootings skyrocketing in New York City,” said the Press Secretary.
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 6, 2020
“I didn’t receive one question about five children that were killed,” she added.
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McENANY SHREDS COMEY'S FBI: Press Sec SLAMS Bureau for Flynn Perjury Trap, Bogus Investigation
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany ripped the FBI’s probe into General Michael Flynn this week; blasting the bureau’s handling of the former National Security Advisor’s case in the early days of the Trump administration.
“The FBI exists to investigate crimes. In the case of Michael Flynn, it appears as if they might have existed to manufacture one. The FBI set out to interview General Michael Flynn when they had no predicate for any investigation of any crime,” said the Press Secretary.
“The very day that then-FBI Director Jim Comey sent agents to the White House, the FBI discussed their intentions beforehand. These notes raise serious questions about the FBI’s handling of Michael Flynn’s case,” she added.
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AOC CALLED-OUT: Kayleigh McEnany EDUCATES Ocasio-Cortez, ‘Read the Transcript Congresswoman’
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany educated Rep. Ocasio-Cortez on social media Monday after the Democrat accused the White House official of not knowing she was a sitting member of Congress.
“@PressSec wouldn’t be the first person to mistake a women of color for having a lower position or title than she does, but Kayleigh – in case you haven’t picked up a newspaper in two years, I’m a Congresswoman,” posted AOC on Twitter.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@PressSec) June 8, 2020
“Read the transcript Congresswoman,” responded the Press Secretary, highlighting her use of the term “Congresswomen.”