President Trump’s Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently slammed reporters who are dodging the FBI’s misconduct in the Flynn case by accusing them of journalistic malpractice.
According to Fox News:
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Tuesday that most journalists seem to be focused on President Trump’s determination that churches are essential services during the coronavirus pandemic while more serious matters pertaining to the FBI’s Russia investigation misconduct should be discussed.
“I was asked 11 questions as to why churches should be opened. It was a bit peculiar to be asked these 11 questions in a row and for the onus and the focus solely to be why churches to be essential. I’ve never been asked why a liquor store is essential,” McEnany told “Fox & Friends.”
McEnany said that there has been a dearth of journalists asking the real questions about the leak of Michael Flynn’s identity and President Obama’s potential ties to it.
“Who leaked that identity, the dossier which was used to launch a three-year investigation into this president and spy on his campaign. Why aren’t those questions being asked? It’s journalistic malpractice not to ask those questions,” McEnany said.
Trump has called on all governors to open essential places of faith.