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Kayleigh McEnany shuts down journos angry at her for not violating the Hatch Act during her 'Fox & Friends' appearance

Journos were quite unhappy with Kayleigh McEnany this morning after she appeared on Fox News as a Trump campaign adviser and not under her title as White House Press Secretary and refused to answer a question that was related to her official, taxpayer-funded job. Have a watch:


From CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, for example:

And CNN’s Jeff Zeleny weighed in as well:

But what these journos are missing in their snarky tweets, of course, is that the Hatch Act prohibits McEnanay from mixing her two roles:


This from TPM at least mentions that concern:

But, even still, blue-checks aren’t happy with her tweet:

She can’t win.


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