The NAACP did not mince words when outgoing White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted about a hero who embodied love and faith in the pursuit of equality.
For someone whose job entails distributing accurate information, the White House press secretary has never been concerned with facts and figures, much like her predecessors.
Responding to the White House press secretary's disrespectful words about crime and leadership in the Windy City, the mayor of Chicago had a few words to spare.
New York Times columnist Charles Blow defended himself against CNN pundit Kayleigh McEnany, who threw a veiled accusation at him about her "left-wing counterparts inserting sinister suspicion" when reporting about Trump during a late-night CNN panel this week.
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