Kayleigh McEnany was locked out of a social media account today for sharing a story by the New York Post. The story is titled
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted on Wednesday that the company did an “unacceptable” job of explaining why the platform started blocking users from sharing the link to a New York Post story that has been allegedly discredited about Hunter Biden.
McEnany has provided the following screen shot from her twitter account. She remarked on Hannity that “This is censorship if they can to do this to the press secretary they can do it to anyone.”
Kayleigh McEnany was born April 18, 1988 is an American political commentator and author who is the current White House press secretary since April 2020.
She is a graduate of Georgetown University and Harvard University, she began her media career as a producer for Huckabee on Fox News and later worked as a commentator on CNN. In 2017, she was appointed national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee. On April 7, 2020, she was appointed to the position of White House press secretary in the Trump administration.
Born and raised in Tampa, Florida, McEnany is the daughter of commercial roofing company owner Michael McEnany and Leanne McEnany. Kayleigh McEnany attended the Academy of the Holy Names, a private Catholic preparatory school in Tampa. After graduating, she majored in international politics at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, D.C. and she studied abroad at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. While at Oxford, she was taught politics by future British Shadow Home Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds. After graduating from Georgetown, McEnany spent three years as a producer on the Mike Huckabee Show.
From there, McEnany enrolled at the University of Miami School of Law, before transferring to Harvard Law School. Huckabee said that “one of the reasons “Kayleigh McEnany went on to law school was because she didn’t see she was going to have an on-air opportunity at Fox anytime soon.” At the Miami School of Law, McEnany was a recipient of the Bruce J. Winick Award for Excellence, a scholarship awarded to students in the top 1% of their class. She graduated from Harvard in 2016.
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