After she was hired as former President Trump’s press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany revealed a poignant tale about the first question he asked her.
In a Tik Tok video, McEnany was reacting to a message from a supporter who stated, “We need you back.”
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She answered, “Man, would love to be back one day,” before going on to say that Trump was “wonderful to work for.”
That’s when she went into a personal anecdote about the former President’s compassion for those in his close circle.
McEnany stated, “He was incredibly supportive of my family,” as she recounted “one of the coolest things” he had ever said.
“When he first phoned me after I started working for him… He also congratulated me over the phone.
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McEnany revealed to the audience why Trump’s simple inquiry meant so much to her.
“Do you want to know something? She explained, “That meant the world to me.” “I was a new parent, I believe she was five or six months old at the time.”
“I was quite anxious about being away from her, and the fact that he asked, ‘Is baby Blake going to be okay?’ meant a lot to me,” McEnany explained.
She went on to say, “He’s an amazing guy.” “And I feel incredibly honored and fortunate.”
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McEnany’s moving anecdote is one of several about Donald Trump’s kinder, gentler side that you’ll almost certainly never hear about in the mainstream media.
There are, however, others like it.
In 2017, Trump learnt about a campaign volunteer whose father was undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer and who was working during the day and helping at night.
When the former President learned of the story, he had the man escorted to his inauguration, where he met with him personally and gave him a $10,000 check to assist pay for his father’s chemotherapy treatments.