McEnany's debut marks the second installment of the president's 'real news' dispatches
A day after announcing her departure from CNN, conservative commentator Kayleigh McEnany has reappeared as the anchor of President Trump’s weekly web video highlighting news that casts the White House in a flattering light.
McEnany hosted the second such segment on Sunday, a week after the president’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump launched the program.
Broadcast from Trump Tower in New York, the 90-second video purports to tell “the real news” and features McEnany touting strong jobs numbers and the Dow’s recent record-high. She also recaps a recent Medal of Honor ceremony and praises Trump’s controversial “merit-based” immigration bill.
McEnany tweeted Saturday that she would be leaving CNN and “moving to a new role.” Since joining the network in March 2016, she had been a staunch and vocal Trump supporter.