CORONAVIRUS

Kayleigh McEnany Says Trump 'Supports Life,' And It Didn't Go So Well

Considering that more than 303,773 Americans have died of the coronavirus this year, many Twitter users felt obliged to dispute the dubious claim.

Kayleigh McEnany’s attempt to promote President Donald Trump as a healing force of good on Wednesday didn’t go so well.

It happened when the White House press secretary told supporters at an anti-abortion event called “Life Is Winning: Celebrating Four Years of Pro-Life Accomplishments” that her boss “is a president that supports moms. He’s a president that supports life.”

Yeah, we know: Pictures or it didn’t happen.

Considering that more than 303,773 Americans have died of the coronavirus this year, many Twitter users felt obliged to clap back on McEnany’s dubious claim at the event hosted by Vice President Mike Pence.


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