The former White House press secretary said on Fox News that "everyone was expecting peace" on January 6 when Trump sent a mob to the Capitol.
The former White House press secretary probably isn't thrilled about this #TBT.
Considering that more than 303,773 Americans have died of the coronavirus this year, many Twitter users felt obliged to dispute the dubious claim.
“Is it hypocritical to accuse others of spreading disinformation when you spread it every day?” the journalist asked the White House press secretary.
The White House press secretary called the president-elect's address "DIVISIVE" and immediately got taken to task.
"You say that like it's a bad thing," quipped a Twitter critic after McEnany, in a Fox News interview, mentioned a future with Kamala Harris as vice president.
McEnany's claim is misleading, and ignores her own deputy secretaries as well as Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary, who are all men.
The president's old comments are used against the White House press secretary in the clip.
White House press secretary was only off by about 980,000.
Anchor Neil Cavuto said he “can’t in good countenance continue showing you this,” cutting into a presser led by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
The White House press secretary praised Donald Trump's Democratic rival in a resurfaced interview.
A photo shows Lesley Stahl holding a giant book the press secretary claimed held "just a small part" of Donald Trump's health care accomplishments.
She briefed reporters on Thursday and Sunday, and declined to wear a mask both times.
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany dodged when reporters pressed her to say unequivocally that the president condemns far-right extremism.
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany declined to say if Trump will commit to a peaceful transfer of power and if the election's legitimacy depends on who wins.
Trump doesn't yet have anything to say about the 17-year-old charged in the killing of Wisconsin protesters, Kayleigh McEnany said.
One person noted that this is the first time in American history that "a president openly threatens to disregard an impending election and assume dictatorial power."
Kayleigh McEnany defended Trump's push for all schools to reopen with in-person instruction this fall, even as coronavirus cases surge nationwide.
“The president does read and he also consumes intelligence verbally," the White House press secretary insisted.
Kayleigh McEnany said Trump shared the video for his "demonized" supporters and claimed the president somehow "did not hear" the white supremacist slogan.