Over the weekend, former CNN contributor Kayleigh McEnany left her job at CNN to take up an anchor position at the newly created, eerily propaganda-esque Trump TV.
In the debut 90-second “news” segment, McEnany talks about all the economic and jobs growth under President Trump, saying that he “has clearly steered the economy back in the right direction.”
The clip also touched on immigration, as McEnany said that President Trump is “finally putting the American worker first.”
McEnany graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service in International Politics from Georgetown University. After Georgetown, she spent a year studying at St. Edmund Hall, a constituent college of the University of Oxford.
McEnany then studied at the University of Miami School of Law and then transferred to Harvard Law School where she received her JD degree in May 2016.
However, despite her clearly impressive educational background, McEnany left her job at an established news organization to anchor for an essentially state-run media platform. As long as she’s cutting those checks though, right?