Kayleigh McEnany Humiliates Herself By Revealing Trump’s Private Banking Information for Entire World to See


Kayleigh McEnany has had a full day. Earlier we reported that she had her worst clash yet with the press, condescendingly stating that she was upset to be in a room full of people wanting to keep America’s church’s closed, which earned a quick rebuke from the entirety of social media, and now this. She humiliates herself beyond words.

Earlier today, Kayleigh McEnany flashed a personal check from Trump’s personal account, payable to the United States government in the amount of his quarterly paycheck, or $100,000.

We presume that Kayleigh was attempting to prove that Trump actually doesn’t take a salary. Of course, this proves nothing.

It is a stunt.

For all we know, Trump is “reimbursed” for that “expense,” or simply never sends the check. He won’t let us see his taxes. She proved nothing.

Regardless, the New York Times reports that Kayleigh made a much bigger mistake than “not proving anything.” She didn’t black out the numbers, which is uniquely stupid. (Video Below)

“But on Friday, Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, did not just reveal that the president was sending his salary to the Department of Health and Human Services to help ‘support the efforts being undertaken to confront, contain and combat the coronavirus,’”

“The $100,000 check she held up like a prop appeared to be a real check from Capital One, complete with the relevant details. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but an administration official said mock checks were never used in the briefing,”

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The irony is almost too perfect. On the very same day that Kayleigh handed out her most gratuitous insult, in her uniquely condescending way, she also managed to partially define the rest of her career as “that stupid.” No one will let her live this down.

It is almost like a gift on a three-day weekend Friday night.



Peace, y’all


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