The animosity appears to be mutual, as well.
We can only assume that a steady stream of McEnany mic-drops are coming our way...and that's just fine by us.
Any doubts we had about the White House going on the offensive have been erased.
President Trump is not concerned, however, and has repeatedly touted the precautions being taken by the White House medical staff.
White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere took a swipe at CNN for its lies that he says are designed to create panic.
On Tuesday evening it was reported that President Trump is finally moving to fire a bevy of deep state Obamaites from the White House.
Was Jared Kushner behind the move?
We can't quit now.
If we all play along, we should be able to get the nation back up and running within a month or two.
Perhaps the gravity of the situation will now be evident to some of the foolish and flippant among us.
As with any viral outbreak, the sooner we take it seriously, the sooner we'll be on the other side of it.
These new safety measures have already prevented at least one journalist from entering a briefing.
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney took a swipe at the media for using the Coronavirus as a weapon to destroy Trump.
The Chief of Staff isn't going to let anything slide here.
After firing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman last Friday, President Trump has now moved to eliminate 70 Obama deep staters.
Another day, another decisive victory for Trump.
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There was talk of placing their 'heads on a pike'.
Whatever happened to classy comedy?
The White House has thus far refused to comment on the issue.
This certainly doesn't shore up confidence surrounding the White House's involvement in UkraineGate.
Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham weighed in early on Wednesday.
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