2021-04-23 12:25:44

Trump Press Secy Says Presidents Shouldn't "Inflame Tensions"

Donald Trump's former Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says that presidents should not "inflame tensions" in an indistinguishable-from-parody criticism of Joe Biden.
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