Kayleigh McEnany Bids Farewell To Supporters As She Leaves WH A Few Days Early

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has left the White House a few days early she confirmed on Twitter last night.

McEnany is still on the payroll but she will not be going back to the White House and will work from home should the need arise.

With Trump’s time in office winding down there is not much need for someone to wrangle the media. She has not revealed her plans for her life after the White House life yet.

She said, “So many Great Americans. As I leave the White House, I have the privilege of reading notes from incredible servants to our country.”  

She added, “Men and Women whose names you do not know but who have served their country with pride until the end.”

From Slate:

After some reports that she was leaving, McEnany sent out a tweet acknowledging that. “As I leave the White House, I have the privilege of reading notes from incredible servants to our country,” McEnany tweeted. 

Amid the packing up she also had time for one last tiff with a journalist, pushing back against a tweet from the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, who first reported the news that McEnany was leaving the White House. 

Haberman had tweeted that “the last time McEnany responded to a question from me was when it was a story about herself.” 

The press secretary said that “with one exception, the last time she emailed me was July,” speculating that was because she “refused to be an anonymous source for her.”