BOOM: Reporter Asks McEnary To Name One Crime Obama Admin Committed, She Gives Him A Full List

New White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnary does not have an easy task standing up to reporters, especially ones that constantly criticize the Trump administration and unevenly report negative stories about it.

And, not only does she have to consistently defend the administration, but she also has to answer the politically-driven reporters while hundreds of millions of Americans are trying to tune into the press conferences to hear updates about the coronavirus and recovery efforts.

Nevertheless, she gets the job done.

Take Saturday’s presser where a reporter cheekily attempted to trip McEnany up on “Obamagate.”

“As an attorney and the president’s spokesperson, perhaps you could layout the elements. What crime was committed and in what way?” asked the reporter, who was wearing a face mask.

“What is Obamagate?” he simplified his question, specifically requesting she name just one crime that the Obama administration committed.

“I’m glad you ask because there has not been a lot of journalistic curiosity on this front,” McEnary started her answer saying.

“There were a number of questions raised by the actions of the Obama administration,” she continued, pointing to the use of the Steele Dossier to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. She also pointed to the unmasking of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and how even President Obama knew about it without any reverence for the law.

“These are very serious questions. They’ve been ignored by the media for far too long,” she added. “Justice does matter. Those questions, they matter.”

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McEnary answered his question and tried to move on, but he interjected: “So I heard you only say one thing that was criminal?”

She then gave him the full list, check it out:

Several people on Twitter quickly expressed support for McEnany and the truth bomb she just dropped on that unsuspecting reporter.

“How do you know when you’ve been rekt? Here’s the definition,” one Twitter user said.

Check out these other responses:


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