November 30, 2021

Kayleigh McEnany blasts Biden Administration for attempt to hire McAuliffe after Virginia governorship loss

Former Trump administration Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany blasted the Biden administration for their move to hire Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe after he lost his bid for governor earlier this month. 

According to Fox News’ report of the analysis, McEnany said the Democrat candidate is “the king of the establishment,” and that the Biden/Harris administration is showing their true colors with the interest in the failed candidate.

McAuliffe lost the governorship to Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin in a race that both parties pointed to as what could be a good indicator of what the upcoming elections could hold for the political landscape.

“This guy’s the ultimate insider,” McEnany said on “Fox News Primetime” Thursday.” There is a clear and distinct distaste for Washington that existed since before President Trump came in. That’s the reason that Glenn Youngkin, a guy with a 2% name identification who had never run for political office … before, came in and took down the ultimate insider.”

Initial indications are that McAuliffe, who has been an unofficial adviser to the administration thus far, are that he is thought to possibly be the answer to some of the administration’s plethora of public relations problems.

With plummeting poll numbers and increased pressure for the White House to solve some of the problems they’re seen as having caused with movements that un-do what the previous administration put into action

Fellow Fox host Lawrence Jones also weighed in earlier in the week saying that Democrats seem to be “stuck-on-stupid.”

“It seems Joe Biden didn’t learn anything from the party overwhelming Virginia after Republican flipped the state red, it should have been obvious that the voters don’t support the left’s anti-American agenda,” he said.

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