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Trump's Press Secretary Told Reporters 'I Will Never Lie to You' and Then Lied to Their Faces Minutes Later

Trump's Press Secretary Told Reporters 'I Will Never Lie to You' and Then Lied to Their Faces Minutes Later
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Former Trump campaign press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was recently appointed President Donald Trump's White House press secretary.

She's the fourth person to occupy the position and, like all of Trump's previous press secretaries, is an expert at spinning the President's most atrocious scandals into acts of benevolence to his supporters.

On Friday, McEnany held the first "daily" White House Press Briefing in over a year, and she made a surprising pledge.

Watch below.

One of the White House correspondents asked McEnany to pledge not to lie to any reporters going forward—a pledge none of her predecessors kept.

McEnany responded:

"I will never lie to you. You have my word on that."

McEnany then proceeded to lie to them multiple times as Vox's Aaron Rupar pointed out.

She said the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh were "verifiably false."

This is far from the truth. Though Republican Senators may have voted to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, no exculpatory evidence was offered and his primary accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, never withdrew her claims.

She then lied about sexual assault allegations against Trump, saying that the accusations of those nearly 30 women were outdated and answered by voters in the 2016 election four years ago.

In reality, E. Jean Carroll came out about her alleged assault by Trump in a dressing room in the 1990s. She's seeking the President's DNA to match it with a stain from the outfit she was wearing that day. Carroll's accusation came just last year.

McEnany later lied about recent revelations from handwritten FBI notes regarding the questioning of Trump's former Chief of Staff, Michael Flynn.

McEnany said there was a handwritten FBI note that said "we need to get Flynn to lie and get him fired."

In reality, the note said:

"What is our goal? Truth/admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired?"

Flynn did lie to the FBI. He pleaded guilty for it.

Sadly, people weren't surprised that it took Kayleigh all of 15 minutes to break her vow.

Then again, in the Trump administration, lying to glorify the President is the primary job requirement.

Different face, same schtick.