Kayleigh McEnany holds media accountable and defends Trump White House in new book

Kayleigh McEnany, former White House Press Secretary to President Trump, exposes the media’s contempt for the Trump administration in her new book, “For Such a Time as This: My Faith Journey Through the White House and Beyond.”

Months after Joe Biden assuming the oval office, McEnany said there has been “vindication” from all of the slander, rumors, and blatant lies that the mainstream media perpetrated about the 45th president and his staff.

“As it turns out, the press was wrong, and Trump was right,” writes McEnany.

Hammering away at the press’ unethical conduct, McEnany praises Trump for being “correct” in his suspicion that Covid-19 originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

At the time, liberal news outlets condemned Trump for even raising the question, but new evidence has risen supporting the claim. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., cross examined Dr. Fauci in July to see if Fauci’s research agency funded gain-of-function practices at the Wuhan Virology Laboratory. Under oath in a congressional hearing, Fauci denied that he had ever funded gain-of function research at the Wuhan lab.

However, a letter published by the National Institute of Health revealed that money from a grant was sub-awarded to the Wuhan lab for the purposes of studying the relationship between spike proteins from bat coronaviruses and the human ACE2 receptor.

Despite the mountainous amount of validation, little to no consequences have followed, leaving McEnany displeased with the lack of “accountability.” Journalists haven’t lost their credentials and major news outlets have issued few corrections or apologies for misleading their viewers. Remaining mute, the press is “ignoring its own lies,” says McEnany. Detailing how the press reports on Republicans, the Florida native waxed eloquently on how left-wing reporters do nothing but name-call conservatives.

Kayleigh McEnany’s tenure as White House press secretary in the Trump administration began April 2020 and concluded in January 2021.

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