Kayleigh McEnany says she didn't lie in the White House briefing room because she went to Oxford, Harvard, and Georgetown and is a Christian

Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany holds up a copy of the New York Post in the briefing room. Alex Wong / Getty Images
Former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany claims she did not lie in the White House briefing room.
She writes in her upcoming book that she never lied about going to Harvard, Oxford and Georgetown.
She also writes that she was not mistaken because she was a Christian and a mother.
Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany writes in her new memoir that during her tenure in the Trump administration she did not lie to reporters or the public because she was educated at elite universities and was a Christian.
McEnany recalls that during her first briefing as Donald Trump's fourth press secretary in May 2020, the White House press corps asked her to pledge never to lie from the podium. She promised not to do so and writes in For Such A Time that she is an honest person by nature and education.
"Of course I would never lie," she writes. “How do you get through Oxford, Harvard and Georgetown without a source? Without truthful, well-sourced, well-researched information? More importantly, as a devout, Christian, and newlywed mother, I wanted to tell the truth about nature and central to my family life and my path of faith. "
Throughout her book, McEnany is very critical of the press, apart from conservative media, and repeatedly accuses the media of being liberal and reporting unfairly about the government. She writes that her assurance that she would not lie "hasn't stopped some in the press from wildly taking things out of context, twisting my words, assuming the worst, and perpetrating ad hominem attacks - like me, wrongly to be called a "liar". '"
During her time as press secretary, McEnany falsely claimed, among other things:
Trump has never played down the risk of the novel corona virus.
He admitted on tape to veteran reporter Bob Woodward that he lied about the severity of the virus so the public wouldn't panic. Several reports have since confirmed this.
Trump won the 2020 presidential election.
He lost to Joe Biden by more than 7 million votes and lost Electoral College by a margin of 232 over Biden's 306.
The Mueller report ended with "the full and complete discharge of President Trump".
The special investigator's team declined to issue a judgment on whether Trump should be charged with a crime based on decades of legal advice from the Justice Department. But they specified: "If, after a thorough investigation of the facts, we had the confidence that the President clearly had no obstruction, we would say so. However, given the facts and the legal norms in force, we cannot achieve this." Judgement."
After the elections in November 2020, one million people took part in the “Million MAGA March” in support of Trump.
As Insider previously reported, several news outlets estimated the number of visitors was closer to the thousands, and Politifact added, "It is mathematically impossible for more than 135,000 people to fit in the place McEnany tweeted a photo of."
The Democrats enabled widespread electoral fraud in the 2020 elections.
McEnany's claims were so bogus that Fox News host Neil Cavuto broke off when she spoke in the briefing room on November 9, days after news outlets announced the election for Biden. "Whoa, whoa, whoa," he said. "I just think we have to be very clear: she accuses the other side of welcoming fraud and illegal voting unless she has more details to back it up. I can't keep showing you this in good conscience. "
Biden "[admitted] on electoral fraud."
In October 2020, McEnany tweeted “Biden admits election fraud,” accompanied by an edited and out of context video of the then-incumbent president interviewing Pod Save America. In the full interview, Biden answered a question about what he would say to those who had not and had not planned to vote in the 2020 election. He said, "Republicans are doing everything they can to make it difficult for people to vote. We have put together, I believe, the largest and most comprehensive electoral fraud organization in the history of American politics."
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45th President of the United States

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