Kayleigh McEnany slays when she throws Paula Reid’s constant ‘interruption’ argument back in her face

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is just too quick for elitist liberals who fancy themselves journalists, as seen Thursday in a contentious exchange with CBS News White House Correspondent Paula Reid.

The media was still pushing the white supremacy narrative introduced by Fox News debate narrator Chris Wallace two days prior in an attempt to paint President Trump as a racist, and Reid did her part when she engaged in a disrespectful back and forth with McEnany over what she claimed to be Trump’s “mixed” record on the issue.

“You’re saying that he condemns it. I have his record right here. It’s mixed. His record is mixed,” the veteran reporter said.

Reid asked if the White House agreed that “racially motivated violent extremism” is a deadly threat and what the administration plans to do about it — she was not talking about Black Lives Matter rioters sacking American cities and assassinating Trump supporters in the street, but the mythical threat of white supremacy.

McEnany responded by detailing actions taken by the president, but when Reid saw she wasn’t getting the desired soundbite, she began interrupting the press secretary.

Again and again, Reid rudely talked over the president’s spokesperson as she tried to provide an answer.

“You need to let me finish,” McEnany told Reid, after informing her that “this is not a debate.”

“It is quite funny that the media goes haywire about interrupting in debates and then chooses to pursue that very same tactic themselves,” she would add. “This is a White House briefing. You ask a question, and you give me time to answer.”

Boom!

And talk about ironies, the hypocritical CBS reporter tweeted this the night of the debate:

The daily briefings are as combative as ever, with reporters determined to use the occasion to score points against the president, and after the exchange with Reid, her cohorts in the media dishonestly reported that McEnany “defended” the president’s comments on white supremacy — a demonstrably false narrative in and of itself.

The more Trump denounced white supremacy this week, the more the media asked him to denounce it, as if it was some kind of racket. Or a media strategy.

But then, the more the media pushes the narrative, the better one understands how fearful they are about how much support Trump may have in the black community.

Much like the nation saw in 2016, the left seems to be relegated to trying to convince Americans that Donald Trump is a racist — never mind that the strategy failed then.

As for the elitist White House press pool, they are so consumed by hatred for Trump that they cannot seem to grasp that rational Americans no longer trust anything they say and have stopped listening.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CapitolTrump/status/1311734202392612864?s=20

Perhaps most disturbingly, the Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway noted the press seems more determined than ever to stick to their narrative no matter what evidence is placed in front of them:

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