McEnany Slams PBS Correspondent for Spreading Fake News About Trump

McEnany Slams PBS Correspondent for Spreading Fake News About Trump

On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany blasted “journalist” Yamiche Alcindor for cutting and clipping remarks from President Trump, making the president’s words sound like the exact opposite of what they actually meant.

During Wednesday’s press briefing, Trump was asked his tweet from that morning that warned that “low-income housing would invade” the suburbs should he lose in November to Joe Biden. His tweet was referring to the recently-repealed Obama-era AFFH rule which would put the federal government in charge of local zoning laws.

Biden has pledged he would bring AFFH back should he defeat Trump.

The president responded that Biden’s plan would, indeed, “destroy suburbia,” adding that “[A]nd just so you understand, 30 percent plus of the people living in suburbia are minorities- African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans – they’re all minorities, 30 percent,” Trump told the reporter. “The number’s even higher, they say 35, but I like to cut it a little bit lower. You know why? That way I can’t get myself into too much trouble with the fake news.”

Alcindor then shamelessly tweeted only half of Trump’s quote, ending the clip of Trump early to make him sound like a racist.

So, the next day, McEnany shared Alcindor’s tweet next to the actual transcript, showing how PBS’s phony journalist shamelessly lied to her followers.

Many others slammed Alcindor as well. And deservedly so. Because the media doesn’t care about truth, it only cares about Leftist ideology and its activism.

 

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