CNN's Donald Trump Surrogate Kayleigh McEnany Named GOP Spokesperson

Kayleigh McEnany Moves From CNN to Anchor Pro-Trump 'News of the Week' Segment

McEnany has been a frequent defender of President Trump on national television and on CNN, a news network which has routinely met the ire of conservatives who condemn the television network's coverage as "fake news".

McEnany signed off with the catchphrase "And that is the real news" ― a jab at the traditional news media, which Trump has decried as "fake".

"That", she said at the end of the video, "is the real news".

McEnany's new role as the Republican Party's TV and radio spokesperson was revealed just a day after a video debuted on President Trump's Facebook page featuring McEnany boosting good news about the president. On Aug. 5, she announced that she was leaving CNN but did not say where she was going.

Nor did McEnany explain what she meant by the comment. The minute-and-a-half long video featured McEnany, reporting from Trump Tower in New York City, rattling off a series of positive news stories and crediting the administration with the achievements.

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A Harvard Law School graduate, McEnany defended Trump on CNN during the 2016 presidential election.

McEnany concluded the report, "And that is the real news".

But this is the first time the President has created something which - despite the Trump branding in the background - looks like a regular news broadcast - even tapping a recognisable news host to present it. On Monday's noontime show, chief political correspondent Dana Bash noted that McEnany was "our friend and former contributor here at CNN" and led a discussion critiquing the propaganda platform. "Watch here for REAL news", went the pitch. Well, the feel coming from the news report on the president's Facebook page has a strong feeling of state news.

"Wow. Feels eerily like so many state-owned channels I've watched in other countries", Michael McFaul, who served as the USA ambassador to Russian Federation under President Barack Obama, wrote on Twitter.