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Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany hilariously mocked after lashing out at reporter for quoting her

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked about the new book from Mary Trump that will be released at the end of July.

ABC Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl cited McEnany Tuesday: “I have yet to see the book, but it is a book of falsehoods.”

It was a quip that adds to the questioning of McEnany and her predecessors for doing whatever it takes to defend the president whether it’s a lie or not.

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McEnany lashed out at Karl, saying that he was disingenuous in his tweet that quoted her. Karl didn’t comment, he merely quoted McEnany.

To make matters worse, McEnany called it “the fictitious book,” which would mean the book doesn’t exist. What she presumably meant to say was that the details in the book are fictional or fictitious.

Her tweet caused an eruption of hilarious mockery online, which you can see below:

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