New Trump Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Promises She Won’t Lie, Then Lies

New White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters at her first briefing that she “will never lie,” and then began lying about President Donald Trump and the Trump administration — as she did on April 24 when she rewrote Trump’s bizarre disinfectant claim — (VIDEO BELOW).

McEnany was asked about President Donald Trump calling armed Michigan protesters — who oppose coronavirus safety — “very good people.”

McEnany replied with a lie: “The president was referencing generally that in this country you have a First Amendment right to protest.”

McEnany was asked about the about newly-released FBI notes regarding the investigation of Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

Vox reports “before a January 2017 interview with Flynn, one investigator wrote down, ‘What is our goal? Truth/admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?’ It’s important to keep in mind that at the time, the FBI had already gathered evidence that Flynn had broken the law.

New White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters at her first briefing that she “will never lie to you,” and then began lying about President Donald Trump and the Trump administration (VIDEO BELOW).

McEnany was asked about President Donald Trump calling armed Michigan protesters — who oppose coronavirus safety — “very good people.”

McEnany replied with a lie: “The president was referencing generally that in this country you have a First Amendment right to protest.”

Trump never mentioned “First Amendment right to protest”:

McEnany was asked about the about newly-released FBI notes regarding the investigation of Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

McEneny misquoted what the notes said: “We have a handwritten FBI note that says, quote, we need to get Flynn to lie, quote, and get him fired.”

Vox reports “before a January 2017 interview with Flynn, one investigator wrote down, ‘What is our goal? Truth/admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?’ It’s important to keep in mind that at the time, the FBI had already gathered evidence that Flynn had broken the law.

McEnany was asked about the sexual assault allegations against Trump, and she claimed “the president has swiftly denied all of these allegations that were raised four years ago. He’s always told the truth on these issues.”

There has never been any proof that Trump “told the truth,” and there was a new allegation of rape against Trump in 2019 by author E. Jean Carroll (not four years ago).

McEnany ended the briefing by lying about the Michael Flynn FBI notes, again.

(Sources: Twitter, Vox, Photo Credit: C-SPAN)

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