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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told heckling reporters on Friday that she does not “call on activists.”
McEnany opened the briefing discussing the Trump administration’s success in so quickly bringing coronavirus vaccines to the American people under Operation Warp Speed, a reality that was routinely mocked as an impossibility by the mainstream media.
As she fielded questions from reporters concerning the coronavirus and the “transition” to Democrat Joe Biden, a Playboy reporter shouted at McEnany about refusing to “admit” Trump “lost” the election.
The mainstream media have declared the former Vice President the winner of the 2020 presidential election though the Trump campaign is pursing legal action over alleged voter inconsistencies and potential fraud and votes have yet to be certified.
“When are you gonna admit you lost?” shouted reporter Brian Karem.
Another time during the presser, he yelled, “When will you admit you lost the election?”
Karem videotaped himself shouting the question and posted it to Twitter.
“The [WhiteHouse] press secretary refused to call Biden ‘President-Elect.’ Called him ‘The former Vice President.’ Complete denial,” he captioned the video, adding the Twitter handles of President Donald Trump and McEnany.
— Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) November 20, 2020
Near the end of the presser, McEnany was shouted at by Karem and CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins.
“I don’t call on activists,” the press secretary said into the mic, before walking away.
Kayleigh to CNN's Kaitlan Collins: "I don't call on activists." pic.twitter.com/OKrDhksQW6
— Scott Whitlock (@ScottJW) November 20, 2020
The day before Friday’s briefing from McEnany, Vice President Mike Pence was berated by a screaming press corps.