Wallace, Goldberg Bash 'Twitter Troll' Press Secretary McEnany

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Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace invited a panel to bash White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany because she had the courage to stand up to the opposition press. Between Wallace taking it personally and the Never-Trump editor-in-chief of The Dispatch, Jonah Goldberg attacking her, it was like watching CNN.

Wallace’s chief complaint was that McEnany had taken the White House pool to task for ignoring and downplaying the revelations in the corrupt investigation of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, and how the Russian collusion narrative was unraveling.

“I have to say that if Kayleigh McEnany had told Sam Donaldson and me what questions we should ask, that would not have gone well [for her],” Wallace bristled as he addressed Goldberg.

Goldberg took exception with former DNC chair Donna Brazile, who he said was “deferential to Kayleigh McEnany.” “I think her behavior is indefensible and grotesque,” Goldberg proclaimed against the Press Secretary. After struggling to get his analogy out, he decried McEnany as a “Twitter troll who goes on attack, doesn't actually care about doing the job they have.

Adding: “And instead, wants to impress really an audience of one and make another part of official Washington another one of these essentially cable news and Twitter gladiatorial arenas. And it's a sign of the defining of deviancy down in our politics and it's only going to make things worse.

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