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[WATCH] McEnany Whines After Forbes Puts VP Harris On Its Cover Instead of Ivanka

Fox News has basically become the dumping ground for all former Trump employees and associates not currently under investigation. The Former Guy’s final Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, now has a platform to keep pushing whatever a second Trump administration would’ve been doing right now if they hadn’t lost the 2020 election, like pretending they didn’t lose the 2020 election.

Taking a page from the Trump playbook, McEnany attempted to create a controversy where there wasn’t one as a distraction from all of the criminal investigations into the Former Guy. During a panel segment on Fox’s “Outnumbered” show, McEnany mentioned that Forbes had recently coined the term “Kamalanomics” in a profile about the history-making Vice President. It seems McEnany thinks the Vice President was honored for no tangible reasons, because it’s her job to discredit all women of color, no matter how high they’ve risen, and then complain how a white woman didn’t get the recognition instead.

“Forbes has discovered a new philosophy, ‘Kamalanomics’, named after Kamala,” McEnany complained, “and it’s about propping up women small business owners. Interestingly though, we have someone who did just that,” she continued. “Ivanka Trump did just that, securing $1.5 billion in relief from the private sector for small businesses, $10 billion to [community development financial institutions], which are banks that help minority and low-income communities.” McEnany then sneered: “But I don’t remember the term Ivankanomics.”

The former Press Secretary is referring to the Farmers to Families Food Box, a program that received $1.5 billion in 2020.

McEnany also suggested that Vice President Harris is “plotting to become president” by “not taking a position on controversial issues”. Because it’s so out of the ordinary for a Vice President to look ahead to a possible Presidency of their own as if that’s never happened before in history.

You can watch the panel discussion below, but be warned: it also contains Tomi Lahren.



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