Report: Kayleigh McEnany Still on Payroll but Finished at the White House

Kayleigh McEnany, President Trump’s White House press secretary, is going home according to Maggie Haberman from the New York Times.

“McEnany, while still on payroll, is finished at the White House, according to Trump advisers. She’s not planning on staying around for next week.” Reported Haberman. She went on:

“The last time McEnany responded to a question from me was when it was a story about herself.”

It’s arguable that McEnany would have stayed on permanently had President Trump been successful with his efforts to get a second term as President of the United States. After Sean Spicer and Sarah Huckabee Sanders had their hiccups, they have remained well-liked for the most part, with Sanders being considered a Trump loyalist.

McEnany rose to immense popularity though. She took charge after a stint where there were no official press conferences for a time, and President Trump was tired of left-leaning journalists badgering his people like piranha is the view of many. Kayleigh received a lot of pressure as well and was basically asked if she was going to lie for President Trump, as soon and she started.

McEnany’s tenacity surprised many though. When asked about her honesty she said she would never lie to the American people. One thing is for sure, unlike many who have turned their backs on President Trump, McEnany never did. She will go down in history as one of the most loyal and perhaps will have a future herself in TV or politics. We certainly hope she stays in the public eye.

The pro-family, Christian press secretary has been a beacon of hope for many in trying times, often posting uplifting photos of her family or Bible verses on Twitter and Facebook. She always fought back against the left’s anti-Trump narratives but managed to do so with a calm and cool demeanor.

This is just a report and if we hear from Kayleigh in the near future we’ll try to bring you any updates as they come out.

We wish her the best in her ventures as the future brings inevitable change to the next wave of politics in the United States. We’ll leave you with the most recent tweet from McEnany on her Twitter feed:

“Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.” – From Benjamin Franklin’s Pennsylvania Gazette