As a CNN contributor, McEnany was one of the most vocal Trump supporters at the network, which the president has repeatedly referred to as "fake news".
In taking her new assignment, McEnany said, "I'm eager to talk about Republican ideas and values and have important discussions about issues affecting Americans across this country". She left the network this weekend, a source with knowledge of the situation told NBC News, asking to leave in order to pursue another opportunity. She described the installment as "real news".
Daughter-in-law: The first video in this new feature came out about a week ago with Trump daughter-in-law Lara Trump, wife of Eric, as the anchor, notes BuzzFeed News. "Thank you for joining us as we provide you the news of the week from Trump Tower here in NY". In the tweet, McEnany said she was departing for a "new role", telling her fans to "stay tuned" for more details.
A Harvard Law School graduate, McEnany defended Trump on CNN during the 2016 presidential election.
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"Wow. Feels eerily like so many state-owned channels I've watched in other countries", is how America's former ambassador to Moscow Michael McFaul put it. "#MAGA #TeamTrump" the President posted to Facebook. This legislation is meant to increase wages while decreasing poverty, and saving the American taxpayer billions of dollars.
On Twitter, critics denounced the video as a form of propaganda.
"This is what Trump wants the news to be like".
Evan McMullin, a former independent candidate for the USA presidency who ran against Trump and Hillary Clinton in 2016, criticized McEnany's video as "the type of propaganda you'd see in North Korea".