In a tweet announcing the new leaders of the White House on Biden-Harris’s presidential Twitter account, it was described that “for the first time in history, only women play these communication roles”.
Some of the new incoming full females senior communication team included Yen Psaki as Press Secretary of the White House, Symone Sanders Harris as a senior spokesman and Kate Biden is campaign communications director Bedingfield, who will serve as the communications director for the White House.
Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary Donald Trumpadministration has rejected reports that this is a historic first step, tweeting that Trump only has one woman with a senior White House press group, as did the vice president Mike Pence, first lady Melania Trump and the second lady, Karen Pence.
She is the husband of George Conway, a lawyer, frequent Trump critic and former senior adviser to the White House Kellyanne Conway, was one of those who disputed the claim, noting that Trump’s communications team has several senior male members.
“It’s just such a weird and pointless thing to lie,” Conway tweeted.
Will McEnany the misconception about the female staff on the Trump and Pence team depends on what he wrote “older” in his original tweet.
It is true that Trump has a number of senior female members in the White House press group McEnany whose main task is to be a press secretary. Trump’s current communications director is Alyssa Farah.
Melania Trump’s chief of staff and press secretary is Stephanie Grisham. Karen Pence’s communications director is Kara Brooks, Jana Toner is both the assistant to the vice president and the second lady’s chief of staff.
However, as Conway noted, it is the vice president’s press secretary Devin O’Malley, who took over the role in May after Katie Miller was promoted to director of communications.
It is not clear that McEnany counted Miller’s current role as Pence’s “ALL FEMALE Senior White House Press Team” while firing O’Malley’s current job.
However, if McEnany or Trump, or referring to Pence’s entire communications team, it is untrue that they are only run by female staff.
In addition, Judd Deere Trump White House Deputy Secretary and Brian Morgenstern deputy ccommunication director and deputy press secretary.
In response to reports from the entire female executive staff, Twitter tweeted, “Ever since I arrived at the Trump White House, I’ve always had a woman as my boss. First she was Hope Hicks, Mercedes Schlapp and Sarah Sanders. Then she was Stephanie Grisham. And of course now Kayleigh McEnany and Alyssa Farah I think the media forgot?
Even if McEnany’s original tweet were to report only to the top positions on the communications teams, he would still have to fire O’Malley and replace Miller’s communications director position with the lead role.
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We sought further comments from the White House Communications Group.