McEnany: Trump Condemns Capitol Siege In ‘Strongest Possible Terms’

McEnany: Trump Condemns Capitol Siege In ‘Strongest Possible Terms’

Mona Salama
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January 7, 2021
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday denounced the violence that erupted from the group of violent supporters of...
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McEnany Calls Out CNN Reporter For What They Are: ‘I Don’t Call On Activists’

McEnany Calls Out CNN Reporter For What They Are: ‘I Don’t Call On Activists’

Mona Salama
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November 20, 2020
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany in her first press briefing since the 2020 election, dismissed a CNN reporter who...
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Trump Resumes Campaign Rally Monday In Florida Since Coronavirus Diagnosis

Trump Resumes Campaign Rally Monday In Florida Since Coronavirus Diagnosis

Mona Salama
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October 9, 2020
President Trump plans to return back to the campaign trail on Monday after a week hiatus since testing positive for...
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Trump Tweets First Video Remarks Since Revealing COVID-19 Diagnosis

Trump Tweets First Video Remarks Since Revealing COVID-19 Diagnosis

Mona Salama
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October 2, 2020
President Trump on Friday shared a pre-recorded video message on Twitter saying he is “doing very well” and thanked Americans...
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Trump Says He’d Like San Francisco Salon Owner as House Speaker Instead of Pelosi

Trump Says He’d Like San Francisco Salon Owner as House Speaker Instead of Pelosi

Mona Salama
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September 4, 2020
President Trump on Thursday quipped during his campaign rally in Pennsylvania that he would like the hair salon owner who...
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AOC Claims NYC Crime Surge Is Due To Unemployment Causing People ‘To Shoplift’

AOC Claims NYC Crime Surge Is Due To Unemployment Causing People ‘To Shoplift’

Mona Salama
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July 13, 2020
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggested the recent crime surge plaguing New York City is due to “record unemployment” that is...
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Pelosi Recommends Law To Limit Presidential Pardon Power Following Roger Stone Commutation

Pelosi Recommends Law To Limit Presidential Pardon Power Following Roger Stone Commutation

Mona Salama
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July 13, 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-NY) is seeking to have Congress limit the president’s pardon powers after President Trump commuted the prison...
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Deutch Questions Trump’s Spokeswoman’s Mail-in-Voting Past

Deutch Questions Trump’s Spokeswoman’s Mail-in-Voting Past

Daniel Molina
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May 31, 2020
President Trump and Republican lawmakers have argued against mail-in-voting in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. As Democratic lawmakers make...
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Pence: White House In ‘Preliminary Discussions’ On Winding Down Coronavirus Task Force

Pence: White House In ‘Preliminary Discussions’ On Winding Down Coronavirus Task Force

Mona Salama
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May 5, 2020
Vice President Mike Pence told reporters on Tuesday that the White House is in “preliminary discussions” about plans to wind...
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Trump Hit Pause on Monday’s Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing

Trump Hit Pause on Monday’s Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing

Mona Salama
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April 27, 2020
Updated — The President will now hold a press conference in the Rose Garden at 5pm ET. The White House...
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Grisham Leaves Role as White House Press Secretary

Grisham Leaves Role as White House Press Secretary

Mona Salama
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April 7, 2020
Stephanie Grisham is leaving her role as White House press secretary after nine months on the job and returning to the...
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