Kayleigh McEnany Tweet ‘I Will Be Moving To A New Role’ After She Leave CNN

Kayleigh McEnany Tweet 'I Will Be Moving To A New Role' After She Leave CNN

After announcing her exit as a CNN commentator on Saturday, Kayleigh McEnany showed up in a video on President Donald Trump’s Facebook page only one day later.

Broadcasting from Trump Tower, McEnany utilized the 90-second-long video titled “Week after week Update 8.6.17” to advance a master Trump plan, applauding the president for occupations, the economy, the Raise Act — his dubious “legitimacy based” movement charge — and veterans. In the video, McEnany is situated before a blue setting with the “Trump Pence” logo, DonaldJTrump.com, and white stars. A bar looks beneath, asking watchers to “remain a la mode” via web-based networking media, and “Make America incredible once more.”

“Americans merit a raise, and President Trump is at long last putting the American laborer first,” she said in the video.

McEnany closes down the video by attacking the conventional media, which Trump has focused amid his battle and organization. “Much obliged to you for going along with us, everyone. I’m Kayleigh McEnany, and that is the genuine news,” she said.

McEnany, a candid Trump supporter, prodded her new part in a tweet on Saturday. “While I have made the most of my opportunity at CNN, I will be moving to another part,” she composed. “Stay tuned one week from now.”

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