Kayleigh McEnany Emasculates Biden on National TV

President Donald Trump’s former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has emasculated Joe Biden on national television over his weak and timid behavior.

McEnany, now co-host of the hit Fox News show “Outnumbered,” blasted the Democrat president on Jesse Watters’ new show last night.

“Look I worked for a former president, President Trump, who did get COVID-19, Jesse, those were scary times because the vaccination wasn’t available at the time, there were therapeutics,” McEnany said.

“But President Trump, we took precautions, you could not stop that man.

“He knew he was working for the American people getting out on the campaign trail and it was a much different atmosphere.

“Instead of shutting down the virus, Biden shut himself in the White House.”

Fox News promoted her appearance by saying, “POSTURE OF FEAR: @kayleighmcenany tells @jesseprimetime reports claiming Biden administration is terrified of the president getting COVID is not surprising and reveal weakness.”

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At the advice of their personal health advisers, they largely ditched the black surgical masks they previously sported and began wearing KN95’s weeks before the CDC updated their own masking guidance.

The change reflects a dynamic within this White House — one that’s dictated everything from internal operations to the president’s travel schedule and could very well scuttle his ambitions to criss cross the country more this year.

They’re terrified of JOE BIDEN getting Covid.

Some current and former White House officials foresee a potential political and policy disaster if the president were to contract the virus, even though he is vaccinated and boosted. Covid protocol critics and vaccine skeptics would have a field day with Biden catching Covid and use it to further undermine trust in the administration’s efforts to combat the pandemic.

The 79-year-old president would likely take at least a few days to recover—in addition to placing himself in quarantine—which could exacerbate concerns about his age and health.

Aides’ fear of that scenario has prompted the White House to limit Biden’s travel and interactions with voters during his first year in office.

That has frustrated Biden, who said last week that in 2022, “I’m going to get out of this place more often. I’m going to go out and talk to the public…I’m going to interface with them.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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