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Uh-Oh: Kids’ Cartoon Show Fact-Checks White House Press Secretary

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

During her Friday press briefing, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany informed her viewers of news that was sure to devastate millions of kids. "Paw Patrol," a beloved children's show, was canceled, she said.

Except, as the show would later point out, this was just another one of McEnany's many lies and falsehoods.

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McEnany Won’t Say Whether Trump Will Send Federal Troops To Chicago And New York

One day after Donald Trump named several cities to which he would consider sending federal law enforcement, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany refused to say whether planning for such deployment is underway.

Asked Tuesday about a possible escalation of the tactics Trump is currently using in Portland, Oregon, McEnany said, "I think you're getting ahead of the president here."

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McEnany Touts Trump’s ‘Great Record’ On LGBTQ Issues

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Monday that Donald Trump has a "great record when it comes to the LGBTQ community."

Chris Johnson, chief political and White House reporter for the Washington Blade, asked McEnany if Trump would reconsider the ban on transgender people in the military after 116 Democratic House lawmakers sent a letter last week to Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Attorney General William Barr calling for the Pentagon to end the policy.

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While Trump Whines, McEnany Insists Supreme Court ‘Did Not Rule Against Him’

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday said that two Supreme Court rulings that paved the way for investigators to obtain Donald Trump's financial records were actually wins for Trump.

"The justices did not rule against him," McEnany said, hours after the high court handed down two 7-2 rulings rejecting Trump's claim that he is immune from being investigated while he holds office.

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