Many Americans will remember President Trump’s final press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany.
As the White House Press Secretary, McEnany took on the left-wing media. She did not shy away from hammering them over their shady tactics. Often, she exposed their unwillingness to report on the facts and their love of fake news.
Plenty of patriots have been curious about the future of this conservative firebrand.
And now we know. We’ll be seeing a lot more of her soon.
From Fox News:
Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has joined the Fox News family.
Harris Faulkner informed viewers on Tuesday during an exclusive interview with McEnany on “The Faulkner Focus.”
“It is my distinct pleasure today to welcome Kayleigh McEnany to the Fox family. We will be seeing much more of her in the future,” Faulkner said.
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany will be joining Fox News.
While her specific role has not been specified, Harris Faulkner said viewers could expect to see “much more” of her in the future.
That suggests the high-profile figure will end up as a host on the network’s shows, or perhaps a regular contributor on a number of programs.
This move will be a welcomed sight for many conservative viewers who grew to distrust Fox in recent months.
President Trump had frequently criticized the network over the years. He suggested it was becoming more liberal-leaning.
People scoffed until the network appeared to rally behind Biden after the election.
The hiring of McEnany could have been a brilliant move by the network to win back some of the viewers they lost. McEnany was a tireless defender of Trump’s, even as some of the Republican establishment turned on him.
Viewers can probably expect the same kind of determination and conviction from McEnany in her role on the network.
- Former White House Spox Kayleigh McEnany has joined Fox News.
- The former Trump administration staffer will be appearing on the network in some form.
- McEnany was known for her fiery defense of the president and confrontational press conferences.
Source: Fox News