Presidents should resolve conflicts – not the other way around!
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Ex-Trump aide and Press Secretary of the White House, Kayleigh McEnany made comments regarding the involvement by President Joe Biden in the case of officer Derek Chauvin, the culprit for George Floyd’s death.
“We heard Judge Peter Cahill go on to caution elected officials and say, I urge you not to weigh in, hours before or a half a day before the president himself weighs in,” McEnany said, during her latest appearance on Fox News this Tuesday. She answered a question regarding the involvement of Maxine Waters – a scandal that turned the eyes of the entire American public to the case.
"I think it's the role of the president of the United States to stay back, to not inflame the tensions," said Kayleigh McEnany… the press secretary for DONALD TRUMP. pic.twitter.com/ghUSeQHhtC
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“I’m glad he at least waited until the jury was sequestered, but I think that the country is such a tinderbox right now, especially in Minneapolis. There’s so much hurt and pain, and I think it’s the role of the president of the United States to stay back, to not inflame the tensions,” she continued.
She also replied to President Biden’s statement regarding the trial of Chauvin.
“I’m praying the verdict is the right verdict,” Biden told reporters in the Oval Office. “Which is — I think it is overwhelming, in my view.”
But she’s honest – she can divide what’s right and what’s wrong, what’s to be condemned, and what’s to be praised. Thus, she applauded Biden for personally calling Floyd’s family, stating that’s an act President Trump did as well.
“But it’s such a tinderbox moment, and I think he should have just reserved comment and said he’s praying for the family, as we all are,” McEnany concluded.