Kayleigh McEnany Stars in Trump Propaganda and Is Named New RNC Spokesperson

screencap of McEnany in a Trump TV video

Quite a couple of days for ol' Kayleigh McEnany!

Aaron Blake at the Washington Post: Trump TV's 'Real News' Sounds More Like Real Propaganda.
Kayleigh McEnany, who has been plying her trade as a pro-Trump pundit on CNN for a while, jumped ship to the Trump Team over the weekend. And Sunday, she debuted a Trump TV segment that she labeled the "real news."

It is real spin, at best. And it feels a lot like real propaganda — or state TV.

In her first 90-second segment, McEnany makes a number of questionable claims...
One man's "questionable claims" are another man's alternative facts!

By the way, in case you were wondering who's running "Trump TV," it's Lara Trump, who is Eric Trump's wife and thus Donald Trump's daughter-in-law: Lara has played a larger role in campaign activities of late, speaking at the president's campaign rallies and starring in the inaugural edition of the Trump-boosting 'Real News,' an emerging series of digital ads designed to look like news broadcasts. The 'Real' videos, which were inspired by lower-budget broadcasts from the 2016 campaign offices, are being filmed and produced out of a newly built studio in the campaign's Trump Tower headquarters in New York City."

In addition to appearing in Trump's nepotistic propaganda series, McEnany has also been named the Republican National Committee's new spokesperson!
"I am excited to be joining the RNC at such an important and historic time in our country,” said McEnany, a frequent surrogate for Donald Trump in last year's presidential race.

“I’m eager to talk about Republican ideas and values and have important discussions about issues affecting Americans across this country," she said in a statement from the RNC.

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