White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and other members of Trump’s communications team shocked the Washington Post for being portrayed as a historic group of wages in the incoming Biden administration.
Biden’s transition group has uncovered women who will lead White House Communications on Sunday, including Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s campaign alum, White House communications director, Obama administration director, Jen Psaki as press secretary.
However, a report in The Washington Post suggested an unprecedented character in the nature of President Biden’s female-led communications team.
“Jennifer Psaki, a Democratic Democrat spokeswoman, will be Joe Biden’s White House press secretary, one of seven women who will fill senior ranks in her administration’s communications staff. This is the first time all senior assistants have been asked to speak on their behalf. design will grow “- wrote the Post.
THE MEDIA NEWS ABOUT THE INSTALLATION OF THE BIDEN CABINET DESCRIBES THAT “SUPERHOORS” HAVE BEEN SAVED FROM THIS CRAZY.
The Post also shared an Associated Press report entitled “Biden elects a full-time White House senior press group.”
McEnany blew up the paper because he ignored the women who led the Trump administration’s own communications team.
President @realDonaldTurmp already has EVERY WOMEN Senior White House Press Team. So @VP … So @FLOTUS … So @SecondLady … The Completely DISCREDITED @washingtonpost is once again revealing their blinding propagandist false news, “McEnany tweeted in response to” every woman. ”
White House communications team staff bailed out their female superiors in response to a Post Office report.
“Ever since I got to 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 Kayleigh McEnany and Alyssa Farah right now. I guess the media forgot?” Judd Deere, the White House deputy press secretary tweeted.
MSNBC ANDREA MITCHELL ESTABLISHED THE TEAM THAT THE CHOOSE OF THE SELECTED SEPARATOR WAS NOT “HISTORED”
“If anyone wants to know what it’s like for women to take the lead on the communications forum, feel free to contact the Trump White House for comment – given that this has been our setting for several months now,” said White House senior adviser Ben Williamson stole the Post.
White House communications director Alyssa Farrah took her complaint directly to the Biden-Harris transition, who voiced that “for the first time in history,” these roles are filled by women.
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“Every successful and impressive woman. But the celebration of women’s advancement should be impartial,” Farrah wrote before listing her female colleagues and their prominent role in the Trump administration.