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During a recent appearance on Fox News, Kayleigh McEnany made a surprise announcement to viewers

McEnany, who served as White House press secretary under President Donald Trump, revealed that she and her husband, veteran MLB pitcher Sean Gilmartin, are expecting their second child.

“What a blessing. We prayed a lot about this, and God just blessed us with a child, a second child to join baby Blake, my daughter,” she said. Watch the clip:

“I can’t wait for them to be here,” McEnany said, adding that the pregnancy is already about four months along.

McEnany worked in the Trump’s White House from April 2020 to January 2021 before becoming an on-air contributor for Fox News.

She was regularly praised by Trump supporters for how she handled the vicious anti-Trump reporters during White House press briefings.

As a former White House press secretary, McEnany offered valuable insight on the job performance of Joe Biden’s White House press secreataries.

For example, when Jen Psaki notoriously broke down in tears over Florida’s anti-grooming law, McEnany offered her priceless reaction. Watch the clip:

Psaki opposes the Florida law, which protects very young children in school from learning about sexual orientation and gender identity without parental involvement.

If you missed the clip of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, she admits “this is an issue that makes me completely crazy” while speaking out against Florida’s anti-grooming law that prevents teachers from instructing kids who are about eight years old and younger on toxic LGBT indoctrination such as gender dysphoria without parental involvement.

Psaki is heard sobbing in an audio recording during a podcast interview. She claims the new law will hurt LGBT kids, that it’s outrageous and makes her completely crazy.

Psaki claims the new law is “harsh and cruel.” She presumably believes that very young children should be taught about homosexuality and gender at school and without parental involvement. The law impacts kids in third grade and younger.

“The political games and harsh and cruel attempts at laws, or laws that we’re seeing in some states like Florida, that is not a reflection of the country moving to oppose LGBTQ+ communities,” Psaki says in the recording. Listen the clip below:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=d097FXqTkME&feature=oembed

“That is not what we see in data, that is not factual, and that is not where things stand. This is a political wedge issue, and an attempt to win a culture war.”

“They’re doing that in a way that is harsh and cruel to a community of kids, especially,” Psaki said, through tears. “I’m going to get emotional about this issue because it’s horrible! But it’s kids who are bullied, and all these leaders are taking steps to hurt them, and hurt their lives and hurt their families!”

“And you look at some of these laws in these states and who’s going after parents who are in loving relationships, who have kids. It’s completely outrageous!” Psaki said. “Sorry, this is an issue that makes me completely crazy.”

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