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    McEnany Reveals How Trump’s Manhattan Case Will Help Him In The Long Run

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    Kayleigh McEnany, a former press secretary in the administration of President Donald Trump, has described Joe Biden’s presidency as “one of the least transparent in history.”

    During an interview on “Jesse Watters Primetime,” McEnany, who is now the co-host of “Outnumbered,” commented on Biden’s refusal to conduct formal press conferences and how her former boss, Donald Trump, never avoided answering questions from the press. McEnany argued that if Biden conceals himself from the media, Trump will have more opportunities to “steal the show.”

    McEnany also argued that, since Trump’s announcement that he will run for president in 2024, Democrats have already mobilized in full force against him. She criticized Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for indicting Trump on “flimsy charges” and stated that she believes it will increase Trump’s electoral support.

    “We talked about the unlikely allies for the former president this week, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney came out saying this was a flimsy, flimsy case, but an even more unlikely ally is the press. I mean, these remarks are remarkably lucid and candid from the press, ABC: this is the sloppiest statement of fact I’ve ever seen in a major case. That’s an ABC reporter. CBS legal experts say Trump’s felony charges will be difficult to prove. Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus: the indictment unsealed on Tuesday is disturbingly unilluminating. So he’s found an unlikely defender in the press. I don’t know that I can remember a time when that’s happened. So my advice to President Trump would be let the media defend you on this because they’re doing it even on CNN. Focus on 2024, the issues for the American people [that are] really important right now. There’s a yearning to hear about a lot of these issues,” McEnany said.

    Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 charges alleging he falsified business records related to the hush-money case involving pornographic film actress Stormy Daniels.

    A Manhattan grand jury indicted Trump in a case involving his alleged involvement in hush money payments to Daniels prior to the 2016 election, allegedly to keep Daniels quiet about an affair they had in 2006.

    In line with McEnany’s thesis, Biden received additional bad news regarding his approval ratings.

    “The latest Rasmussen Reports poll found that less than half of likely voters in the United States want President Joe Biden to run for another term, while two-thirds want him to face Democrat primary challengers. Only 39 percent of the likely voters in the United States said they want Biden to run for a second term in office, up from the 32 percent who said the same thing in February. In comparison, almost half (48 percent) said he should not run again. Thirteen percent said they were unsure how they felt,” Breitbart reported.

    “The poll also found that 66 percent said that if Biden does run for reelection in 2024, the president should face primary challengers in the Democrat presidential primary. In comparison, only 21 percent of the respondents are against Biden facing Democrat challengers. Another 13 percent said they were unsure how they felt,” the outlet added.

    In the most recent national survey conducted by Fox News, Biden’s job approval rating stands at 44%, with 56% disapproving. This figure has remained relatively stable for more than a year.

    That is a net loss of 12 points. His last affirmative grade was in September 2021, and it was by only one point (50%-49%).

    A separate survey conducted and published last week found comparable results for Biden.

    More on this story via Conservative Brief:

    “President Joe Biden’s job performance rating has mostly held steady for more than a year and currently stands at 44% approve vs. 56% disapprove in the latest Fox News national survey. That’s net negative by 12 points. The last time that he received positive marks was September 2021, and that was by 1 point (50%-49%),” Fox News reported. CONTINUE READING…

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