"You give others the opportunity to shine," former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said. "You give others two hours to throw lobs at you."
A former White House press secretary during the Trump administration said there's "no way" cocaine found at the White House belonged to Hunter Biden.
"She's a Harvard-trained lawyer, she's an absolute killer, and she ate the press alive," the Florida governor said while appearing on the NH Journal podcast.
A GOP lawmaker dumped Trump and backed Ron DeSantis instead after the ex-president trashed McEnany, his former White House press secretary.
"The RINOS & Globalists can have her," Trump said of his former White House press secretary. "FoxNews should only use REAL Stars!!!"
"If I'm DeSantis, I'm going to ignore the name-calling, knock it in the mud and I'm going to lean to the right on policy," Kayleigh McEnany said.
"Can't bring myself to betray Tucker Carlson as much as I appreciate your commentary, sorry," one Twitter user wrote McEnany.
Rep. Byron Donalds praised the former first lady for achievements including her modeling career and starting her own jewelry line.
Lightfoot, the progressive Chicago mayor first elected in 2019, was frequently under fire from conservatives during her tenure.
The report alleges that former President Trump briefly considering a procession to the Capitol on January 6, 2021 with 10,000 National Guardsmen.
Several Trump allies have now said that they believe the former president should have conceded the 2020 election.
A timeline of everything we know about Trump's whereabouts and conversations between 11:17 a.m. and 6:54 p.m. on January 6, 2021.
McEnany said she will not tune into the games because she doesn't want a part of what's happening in China.
"If you're unhappy with your vice president and you want her in a different role, there is no greater role than on the Supreme Court," McEnany said on Fox News.
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
The new round of subpoenas comes only a day after the committee issued them to six former Trump administration and campaign officials.
President Donald Trump's former press secretary has written about how a family history of breast cancer lead her to have the procedure.
Former press secretary McEnany's comments about her successor caused a debate on social media Friday about the campaign law.
The botched drone strike in Afghanistan killed 10 civilians, including seven children. The U.S. initially said that it killed ISIS terrorists.
"As a woman of faith, as a mother of baby Blake, as a person who meticulously prepared at some of the world's hardest institutions, I never lied," McEnany said Sunday.
"Not only did [the media] run with [the story], it is remarkable if you take a walk through memory lane, at The New York Times convincing military families, who had their loved ones killed in action, that in fact Russia bounties were probably to blame," McEnany said Friday.
Democratic Senator Chris Murphy said that he "fought back tears" while touring immigration facilities, but he blamed the situation on the Trump administration.
Donald Trump and Biden White House press secretaries clash over the lack of press conferences held by the current president.
The former White House press secretary has questioned President Joe Biden not yet holding a solo press conference, pointing to his two predecessors having done so by this point in their tenures.
The former White House press secretary told Fox News that Trump changed the Republican Party "in a way that's really positive."
"We will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here," the former White House press secretary said on February 25, 2020.
The former White House press secretary and RNC spokesperson was previously a commentator on the conservative TV network.
Young conservatives, mostly maskless, gathered at an indoor gala to mingle with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Senator Rand Paul and Trump ally Roger Stone among others at the Turning Point USA Gala on Friday night.
"If we lose these two Senate seats, guess who's casting the deciding vote in this country for our government? It will be Kamala Harris," said the White House press secretary.