Kayleigh McEnany Shreds Lori Lightfoot over Epic Election Defeat: ‘This Didn’t Age Well, Lori’

Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has shredded Lori Lightfoot over the soon-to-be ex-Chicago mayor’s epic defeat in her mayoral election last night.

As Slay News reported, Chicago voters sent a loud and clear message to Democrat Lightfoot when she came in third place in her only reelection.

Lightfoot is the first Chicago mayor in over 40 years to not win reelection.

The first and second place candidates will now move forward to the runoff with Lightfoot officially out of the running.

While the election was a great result for the people of Chicago, McEnany got the last laugh on her Fox News show “Outnumbered.”

McEnany responded to the outgoing mayor’s historic loss by reminding Lightfoot of an exchange they had on social media.

When she was White House press secretary in 2020, McEnany called Lightfoot the “derelict mayor of Chicago” for her mishandling of the city’s violent crime wave.

Lightfoot fired back saying to McEnany, “Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth.”

After Lightfoot’s loss, McEnany said:

“This didn’t age well, Lori.

“Lori Lightfoot lost her election.

“Perhaps she should have woken up when I referred to her as the ‘derelict mayor of Chicago’ from the White House podium for ignoring victims of crime in her city!

“Instead, she said ‘Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth.’”

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A Twitter user piled on, saying:

“Lightfoot was crushed in tonight’s Chicago mayoral race and didn’t even make the runoff.

“84% of Chicagoans voted against her. 84%!

“That level of incompetence is tough to pull off for an incumbent. Congrats to her.”

READ MORE: Lori Lightfoot Blames Fox News after Democrats Turn on Her: ‘They’re Never Going to Portray Our City in a Favorable Light’

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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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