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Kayleigh McEnany

The former Trump White House press secretary, who is now a host on Fox News, received a sharp reminder of the ex-president's record.
At least 13 former Trump administration officials violated the law by intermingling campaigning with their official government duties, according to a new investigation.
The committee's announcement comes just one day after it subpoenaed six others who worked with former President Donald Trump.
The former Trump White House press secretary earned a blistering two-word rebuke from Mary Trump, the ex-president's niece.
The former White House press secretary tweeted a graph showing a rise in murders in 2020 and blamed Biden.
“Well, she’s right about one thing. You didn’t see crisis after crisis if you were watching Fox."
"When Trump was president, you didn't see crisis after crisis," Trump's former press secretary said.
People had questions about the Trump White House press secretary's upcoming book: "I assume that this is in the fiction section?"
The former White House press secretary to Trump was called out on Twitter.
Double standards much?! In a surprise to no one, the former White House press secretary is serving up a big ol’ slice of hypocrisy in her new gig at Fox News.
The Trump White House press secretary logged a "helloooo pot, meet kettle" moment in her new Fox News gig.
The former White House press secretary is "thrilled" with the gig. Critics are not.
"I think he’s doing just fine without social media," claimed the former White House press secretary and new contributor for Fox News.
Conservative pundits are desperately seeking a “deplorables” moment for President Joe Biden. “Neanderthal thinking” will have to do for now.
“When the grenade that you’ve been helping build for months finally explodes in your face, that is just inevitable,” the CNN host said,
“Everyone was expecting peace.” In Kayleigh McEnany’s first interview since leaving the White House, she claimed she could have never foreseen the deadly violence at the Capitol.
The former White House press secretary said on Fox News that "everyone was expecting peace" on Jan. 6 when Trump sent a mob to the Capitol.
The former White House press secretary probably isn't thrilled about this #TBT.
The former White House press secretary noted in a financial disclosure that she was to begin a job at the right-wing network this month.