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Kayleigh McEnany receives backlash after calling Jane Psaki an "autocrat"

 




Kayleigh McEnany receives backlash after calling Jane Psaki an "autocrat"


  1. Jane Psaki, the White House press secretary in the Biden administration, did not hesitate to discuss Fox News' Peter Ducey and others from the right.
  2. Unlike Sean Spicer and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who served as White House press secretary during the Trump administration.
  3. They shared Donald Trump's view that reporters are the enemies of the people, and they do not insult them or try to bully them into silencing them.
  4. Spicer and Sanders were belligerents, while Psaki is firm but not aggressive.



During a conversation on Tuesday, April 19 with her colleague Harris Faulkner on "Outnumbered," Fox News' Kayleigh McEnany, who was Trump's former White House press secretary, blasted Psaki as "arrogant" and with an "autocratic" attitude.


Rocky Massie tweeted: "I'm sorry, but Kayleigh McEnany won't be qualified enough to wash a car with sake."



Paul Woodson replied with "autocrat? Ms. K has a short memory. From this moment on, I still don't imagine how K has a job in a major network, let alone any job at all. "


Alicia Smith tweeted: "Raise your daughters to be as confident and strong as Jane Basaki and not as obsessed as Kayleigh McEnany."


  • McEnany recently made headlines after texting between her and Sean Hannity.
  • Hannity McEnany - now a Fox colleague - reportedly advised on how to implement a "five-point approach" to convince former President Donald Trump of the gravity of political violence during the January 6 uprising.
  • Hannity texted McEnany "1 - no more talking about stolen elections." "2. Yes, the dismissal and the twenty-fifth amendment are real, and many people will resign."



The letter to Ivanka deleted the third to sixth components of Hannity's plan.


McEnany replied, "I love it." "Thank you. This is the playbook. I will help strengthen ".


Another advice from Hannity to McEnany was to keep Trump away from dangerous people who feed him false information about election fraud.


  • "Key now. Hannity said, "No more crazy people."
  • McEnany replied, "Yes, 100%."
  • While Hannity decried the violence on Capitol Riots Day, his involvement behind the scenes in advising the Trump White House became a milestone in the House panel's presentations.


The TV host gave specific advice to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on how Trump should shape his speech surrounding his supporters as he stormed the Capitol, according to a timeline of text exchanges previously published by Hannity.


Jay Sekulow, Hannity's lawyer, and Trump's initial impeachment lawyer issued a statement earlier this month expressing First Amendment concerns about the committee gathering information from the opinion host.


Sekulow wrote on 4 January: "We are in the process of evaluating the letter from the Committee. We remain deeply concerned about the constitutional implications, particularly with regard to the First Amendment.


we shall respond appropriately ".


Woodruff Swann said on Saturday: "We know that the Select Committee also recalled many of the books it had that were part of the letters that were pushed out."


"Of course, we know what the Department's public messages were in the weeks leading up to 6 January.


Their letters ignited the confused conspiracy theories that led to the attack on the Capitol. "


Woodruff Swann wrote that McEnany's remarks may shed more light on the Trump administration's strategy, goals and expectations for January 6.


 The National Archives released more details about records left by former President Donald Trump.