The shakeup at the Fox News Channel continued Tuesday — and they added a critical ally of former President Donald Trump.
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Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is joining to Fox News full-time.
The official unveiling was made during an interview with Harris Faulkner on “The Faulkner Focus.”
Fox News' @HARRISFAULKNER:
"It is my distinct pleasure today to welcome @kayleighmcenany to the Fox family. We will be seeing much more of her in the future." pic.twitter.com/sV1eSMgCH4
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 2, 2021
The groundbreaking network move to bring on the major Trump ally is only the latest in a slew of staff and lineup shakeups that have seen the likes of former Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., Greg Gutfeld, Martha MacCallum and other conservative anchors being moved around.
Fox News also fired popular host Lou Dobbs last month.
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Faulkner — who has been affected by the network shakeups as well — promised that viewers would be seeing much more of McEnany.
In her first interview since leaving the White House over to President Joe Biden’s administration, she’s spilling details about her transition.
McEnany said she left a personal message for incoming WH Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
“I wish her all the best. I left her a note saying that much, we’ve met previously, one time, and she was very kind,” McEnany said. “So were some of her colleagues in the press shop and I left her a note, I wish her the best.”
But not all of McEnany’s feelings are so nice.
She has paid attention to the way the press has treated Psaki.
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Hint: They’re a lot nicer these days than they ever were toward McEnany.
“I think the standards are different but the American people are so smart, so wise, they see the difference,” McEnany noted.
To McEnany’s credit, the gripes of critics have backed her feelings on the issue, with many noting that Psaki has been treated much kinder than even former Press Secretary Sean Spicer was.
Despite the less than fair treatment of Trump allies in the White House, conservatives are likely to celebrate the move to hire McEnany after the disappointing results of the November 2020 election.
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