McEnany says Jesus guided her through first presser when she said she wouldn’t lie

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Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently described receiving spiritual guidance on former President Donald Trump’s team ahead of their first press conference during a Fox News interview.

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Speaking with Fox News’ Ainsley Earhart, a former White House official and current political analyst for the news network, claimed she was nervous about the prospect of facing grilling from reporters on the national stage before taking the podium in May 2020 . ,

“On a spiritual level I was a wreck, I was crying, I reached out to God, but I was still very scared, which is why I fell on my knees in the bathroom and I prayed. Suddenly, when When I took the podium, all those tears had melted and I had this absolute peace that was made possible only because of Christ,” she said.


She will then have one of the most memorable first press conferences of any White House press secretary, as she promised to a reporter. The Associated Press That she would never lie to reporters, only to do so at the same press conference.

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“I’ll never lie to you. That’s my point on that,” he told Jill Colvin.

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Minutes later, she would refer to the sexual misconduct and assault allegations against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as “verifiedly false,” despite conclusively dismissing the claims of Christine Blasey Ford and others. No evidence of any kind has come to the fore.

As the last press secretary of the Trump White House, McEnany had a famously rocky relationship with the press, particularly CNN’s Jim Acosta. During 2020, she will spy on COVID-19 misinformation from the White House podium, including claims that it was “safe” to go without a mask in crowded settings before the vaccine was developed.

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In one famous example, she claimed that Mr Trump “never downplayed the virus” despite what the president said. Washington Post Reporter Bob Woodward said in a recorded interview that he “always wanted to play it down”.

She will also help spearhead Trump’s efforts to make the 2020 election results illegal, and claimed during a press conference in early November that Democrats were “welcoming fraud and … were welcoming”.

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