Kayleigh McEnany says "My Bad" to not knowing the difference between "Rhodes Scholar" and "Rhodes College."
When you think of a country's press secretary, you think of someone who is poised, professional, and accurate. Unfortunately, America doesn't have one of those. We have Kayleigh McEnany, Trump's mouthpiece with a bad dye job.
On Thursday, McEnany made a few boobies...I mean boo boos (sorry, I'm just reading about the time she worked at Hooters) during a live press conference at the White House.
She started the press conference gushing about Amy Coney Barrett, a female misogynist that is anti-humanity. She mentioned all these accolades that Barrett has accomplished, and then named one more:
Young Kayleigh said Barrett was a Rhodes Scholar.
A reporter read and corrected her, saying: "When you said Judge Barrett was a Rhodes scholar, I don't believe that is true."
McEnany looked down at her notes, which were written in crayon, and replied: "Well, that's what I have written here."
The reporter then told her that Barrett attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.
Barbie... I mean Kayleigh McEnany responded with: "Attended Rhodes College. So, my bad."
My bad. Who the fuck says "My Bad" during a press conference? I nearly gave myself a concussion when I face-palmed at that shitshow. Someone needs to get this chick a better vocabulary so she can talk more like an adult, and less like an uneducated millennial. Guys, I'm turning 38 in a few months. I'm technically a millennial. However, I have not said "My Bad" since 2003/2004.
Anywho, back to the Rhodes Scholar fuckup. When you dig DEEPER, you will find out that Rhodes Scholar is a scholarship awarded to international students so they can study at the University of Oxford in England.
This isn't the first time the radical right has linked Barrett to a Rhodes Scholarship. Faux News made the same mistake shortly after Barrett was nominated by the president.
Can someone call an Uber and take Kayleigh back to where she came from? Or is she chained to Jabba the Trump?
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