Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Friday complained about the press coverage her successor Jen Psaki is receiving after reports that Psaki was having her picture taken by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz for a magazine profile.
In her jealousy-fueled rant, McEnany said that, unlike Psaki, she and other women in the Trump administration never received inquiries for magazine profiles or spreads.
“Instead of the glowing profiles, there were hit pieces repeatedly, time and time again,” McEnany said on “Outnumbered.”
“It’s just so sad that you have a fawning press corps like this, a fawning media sycophantically covering members of the Biden administration,” McEnany said. “We need investigative journalism. We don’t need fawning coverage. It doesn’t do the American people any justice.”
McEnany’s time as White House press secretary started on a disastrous note when she vowed she would always tell the truth despite working for a man notorious for his lies.
“I will never lie to you. You have my word on that,” McEnany claimed, before repeatedly lying about everything from the coronavirus pandemic to the election fraud.