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Kayleigh McEnany: Biden’s press conference shows he could never endure the media treatment Trump experienced

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Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany joined FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria” to discuss President Biden’s first news conference and how the media treats him compared to former President Trump.

KAYLEIGH MCENANY: “Totally different, I mean, you saw very few interruptions — you saw a myriad of interruptions with President Trump. I just randomly went back and watched one of the first press conferences that came up on YouTube of President Trump just to remind myself of the temperature in the room. And the very first question from ABC’s Jon Karl in that briefing I watched, which was from September of 2020, was ‘Why did you lie to the American people and how can we ever trust you again?’ I remember another question in another briefing being, ‘Do you regret all of your lies?’ I mean, that kind of assumption embedded in a question — so hostile, so negative, such mistreatment of a sitting president of the United States. You can’t even envision a question like that being asked of Joe Biden, nor should it. I think there should be a modicum of respect between a president and a press corps.

Where are the fact-checkers? I woke up this morning to monitor the news and you had the Associated Press saying Biden ‘skews some figures.’ I mean, think about that language with President Trump. It was never ‘skews a figure.’ It was ‘he lied and it’s inexcusable.’ That’s how they covered President Trump. But with Biden, it’s just a little skew of the figures. That’s the headline. The fact-checkers are derelict in their duty.

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[In the Trump administration], the scrutiny was under a microscope because the press is so liberal. Here, though, when you finally have the CNNs and MSNBCs of the world asking about the border, the drumbeat has become too strong where, yes, you have to have some sort of veering in policy. But it’s not going to happen and this is just going to get worse. And if President Biden thinks these calls for seeing inside these border facilities are going to go away, they’re not. And the numbers are going to get worse. We know that in the summer months. So the fact that we’re not getting access, that’s not going away, those calls will continue.”

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Trump reveals what he wrote to Biden in Oval Office note

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“It was a couple of pages long and it was from the heart because I want to see him do well”

Former President Trump for the first time discussed the lengthy letter he wrote “from the heart” to President Biden and left in the Oval Office on Jan. 20.

“Basically I wish him luck and, you know, it was a couple of pages long and it was from the heart because I want to see him do well,” Trump said during a recent interview on the podcast “The Truth with Lisa Boothe.”

But Trump also sounded a bit bitter over the 2020 election.

“Look, he’s there. It was a rigged election, an election that you know, I would never concede and by the way, Hillary Clinton said he should never concede. Hillary Clinton, the things she said were so horrible,” he said.

“I want him to do well, but that doesn’t include closing up the Keystone Pipeline, which by the way, environmentally is much better than having (crude oil) on trains. But (Biden’) friend and supporter Warren Buffett has trains. Nobody ever talks about that.”

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Biden never disclosed the contents of Trump’s letter but called it “very generous.”

Trump left the White House early on Jan. 20 and did not attend Biden’s inauguration. But he kept alive the 32-year tradition of the leave-behind note. Usually, the outgoing president leaves a note in a drawer in the Resolute Desk, a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880. The desk is built from the oak timbers of the British Arctic exploration ship HMS Resolute.

President Ronald Reagan began the tradition in 1989 when he left the White House after two terms in office, leaving a note for his successor, his own Vice President George H.W. Bush.

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Trump: Biden press conference will be nothing but ‘softballs,’ media ‘protects him totally’

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Former President Donald Trump said Monday there was no transparency with the press from successor Joe Biden, although he added Biden didn’t need to hold press conferences because the media “protects him totally.”

In a lengthy appearance on “The Faulkner Focus,” Trump said Biden’s Thursday news conference, the first of his term after more than two months in office, would only contain “softballs” from reporters.

“There is none,” he said, when asked about the level of transparency from the new administration. 

“I guess you’re supposed to have a press conference on Thursday … It’s ridiculous the questions that are asked. What did you have for dinner? What kind of ice cream do you have, as he walks out? They never talked to me that way. That’s OK.”

Biden is the first president in a century to wait more than 60 days to hold a solo press conference. Trump said he enjoyed holding press conferences because that was the only way to “get the word out,” although he was also known in office for his loquacious Twitter feed.

“It’s the only way to get an honest word out because the press is really not a free press,” he said. “The way you get the press out is with press conferences. He doesn’t need them because the press protects him totally. If that were me that hasn’t had a press conference for as long, with all the things going on, especially at the border, but really you have things as big as the border, we’re not going to be energy independent within three months.”

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Trump and the press had a famously antagonistic relationship during his tenure, with both the president and press members sparring with each other in unusually aggressive fashion.Video

Trump has largely stayed under the radar since Biden took office, but he has been vocally critical of Biden’s liberal immigration policies as a migrant crisis threatens to overwhelm the border. On Monday, he referred to Biden as “Bernie Sanders on steroids.”

Although Biden has received far more deferential treatment from the media than Trump, the decision to wait more than two months to hold a conference and the lack of access to the border crisis has angered even the liberal press.

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