Trump favorite Kayleigh McEnany tweets farewell to White House, Internet says 'good riddance'

McEnany will be the last press secretary of the Trump administration as the incoming Biden administration moves in soon


                            Trump favorite Kayleigh McEnany tweets farewell to White House, Internet says 'good riddance'
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on September 24, 2020 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has bid farewell to her time at the White House in a public tweet, earning strong shouts of "good riddance" from Internet users who believe her time was filled with nothing but lies to the American people. President Donald Trump has had a number of White House press secretaries since 2016, but McEnany will be the last, as the Biden Administration will soon be moving in.

"So many Great Americans.. As I leave the White House, I have the privilege of reading notes from incredible servants to our country. Men and Women whose names you do not know but who have served their country with pride until the end," McEnany wrote, adding several American flag images.



 

Many in the Trump administration have been packing up their belongings and moving out. McEnany's career began early in April, 2020, where her earliest briefings involved downplaying the severity of the coronavirus crisis. McEnany's job as press secretary followed Stephanie Grisham - who did not hold press conferences - Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Sean Spicer.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks during a press briefing at the White House on December 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. McEnany fielded questions on a wide array of topics, including the coronavirus pandemic and the presidential election results. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Many Twitter followers replied to the tweet to make their displeasure with her tenure known. "With every administration there are thousands of people who serve their country with pride. Many have worked for numerous administrations on both sides of the aisle. Unfortunately, the names from this administration that will be remembered are all who turned their backs on us," wrote one user. "You have blood on your hands. You stood at the podium and lied your fucking ass offevery single day. Shameless. You are a disgrace. You carried that traitors water. People died at the Capitol because you amplified a message that reeked of white supremacy terrorism. Forever shame!" wrote another. "Every word you spoke from that podium was recorded for history. And long after we are gone, there will be a testament to the dishonesty and disinformation that characterized this administration. So many Great Americans deserve better going forward," wrote a third.



 

 



 

 



 

U.S. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks during a press briefing at the White House on October 1, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump is traveling to Bedminster, New Jersey on Thursday for a roundtable event with supporters and a fundraiser. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

McEnany was subject to some harsh words from internet users, blaming her spread of misinformation for many of the lives that were lost during the pandemic. "Please also read the names of all those who have died from COVID on your watch and under your lies," wrote this user. "And now who will have to cower in shame that they stayed on til the end. Four years - gutted environmental protection, raised taxes on middle income (not wealthy), jailed babies and separated families. What a legacy," wrote another. "How do you justify your lies? How do you reconcile that ​at with your faith? Feel free to explain? Was it for the greater good?" asks this tweet. "Good riddance. Please don't tweet anymore, cuz, you know - cancel culture!" remarks this fan, taking a jibe at the fact that McEnany has often spoken out against so-called cancel culture on the internet.



 

 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

Though she has packed up her belongings, McEnany will continue to serve as press secretary until Wednesday, January 20, when Joe Biden is sworn in as President.

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