Former CNN commentator Kayleigh Mc Enany is the face of Donald Trump's 'Real News'
Kayleigh McEnany hosted a "real news" program on President Donald Trump'sFacebook page on Monday, the same day the Republican National Committee named McEnany as the party's new spokesperson and the day after the CNN commentator revealed she was leaving the cable network.
Kayleigh McEnany, a former conservative contributor for CNN, announced her departure from the network on Saturday only to reappear as the host of this Trump Tower-recorded series on Sunday.
"Americans deserve a raise and President Trump is finally putting the American worker first", McEnany said in the video. McEnany attended Georgetown for her undergrad and went on to Miami law school, before transferring her final year and receiving her J.D. from Harvard.
Tapper castigated the segment and McEnany saying, "Empirically, there's nothing journalistic about a political organization that exists to support a politician cheering on that politician".
To fight against what it considers "Fake News" generated by the mainstream media, Team Trump is now producing what it is billing as the "Real News". You can see the entire segment below.
McEnany did face some blow back, with some calling it propaganda.
"This is a President who is putting America before himself", she says, before praising his economic achievements. Not business owners, not Congress, not Wall Street, not investors, not hardworking small businessmen and women - President Trump created those jobs. "I'm Lara Trump and that is the real news".
The first-time elected official frequently uses Twitter to put out information and dismiss unfavorable stories and the news outlets that publish them.
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