Donald Trump’s press briefings are typically a lively affair even when Donald himself isn’t in attendance.
Take one at the White House yesterday headed by recently-appointed press secretary Kayleigh McEnany who’s only been in the job – or hot seat – since April.
Again some lively debate broke out when the 32-year-old McEnany fielded a question from Al Jazeera White House correspondent Kimberly Halkett regarding the legitimacy of postal voting for the presidential elections coming up in Novemeber.
The two entered into a slanging match before McEnany cuts off Halkett to field another question.
TV microphones then catch someone in the audience apparently utter, “Okay, you’re a lying bitch”.
Fingers were soon pointed Halkett’s way, however, she has since denied the claim.
Halkett explained via Twitter: “Thanks for asking @charliespiering … there’s a lot of misreporting out there about that briefing.
“The answer to your question is, I DID NOT. What I said was, ‘OKAY, YOU DON’T WANT TO ENGAGE.'”
Discover the truth for yourself below. Although it’s barely audible and you do have to listen rather carefully.
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