McEnany: Women in Biden admin get 'glowing' profiles after 'hit pieces' for female Trump officials

A White House reporter tweeted Leibovitz was by die Withuis to photograph Psaki; she also shot Vogue covers for Michelle Obama en Kamala Harris.

“In plaas van die gloeiende profiele, there were hit pieces repeatedly, time and time again,” McEnany said onOutnumbered.

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McEnany said mainstream media outlets display exaggerated flattery towards the Biden administrasie.

It’s just so sad that you have a fawning press corps like this, a fawning media sycophantically covering members of the Biden administration,” McEnany gesê. “They asked Jen Psaki yesterday about Joe Biden’s cat. ek bedoel, it’s incredible the kinds of questions that they ask.

We need investigative journalism. We don’t need fawning coverage. It doesn’t do the American people any justice,” McEnany continued.

During her time in office, McEnany gave birth to her first child and balanced her leadership role with new motherly responsibilities. She reflected on a time when so many women in the Trump administration were pregnant, Die New York Times came to interview them.

We kept waiting for the story to pop. It never did because it just simply wasn’t negative enough,” McEnany gesê.

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New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted last year about howrefreshingit was to see women like Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon having kids and an intense job.

McEnany replied with a picture of her pushing a stroller in the White House.

Sarah [Sanders] was a working mom. Stephanie Grisham was. ek was, en Morgan Ortagus was pregnant during her final year at the State Department,” McEnany gesê, “but Maggie Haberman seemed to have forgotten that.

Ortagus, a former State Department spokeswoman, ingestem.

I think maybe I just have come to accept that we’re not going to get the same sort of accolades,” Ortagus said. “Kayleigh, your daughter, eendag, whether you were in Vogue or not, is going to be able to see these pictures of you working at the White House, taking her around in her carriage. And I think that is worth more than 20 profiles.

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I had one goal: Elevate the forgotten men and women. And that is a legacy that I’m very proud of. No Vogue profile necessary here,” McEnany gesê.

Fox News co-host and legal analyst Emily Campagno added it wasn’t that the Biden administration did not deserve coverage, but rather it meritedpointing out the media’s unfair coverage of all of the hardworking women in the Trump administration.

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