Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany blasted CNN’s Anderson Cooper and the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin for having attacked Trump for his push to keep kids in school amid the pandemic.
McEnany pointed out Rubin once declared that Trump wants to “kill your kids” by keeping them in school.
“I’m not sure how that’s responsible reporting,” McEnany said.
McEnany then provided another example and said “you had Anderson Cooper saying that he actually doesn’t care about kids at all, nor about the health of their teachers and parents.”
In July, Cooper argued President Trump “doesn’t care about” the health and safety of kids, “nor the health of their teachers and parents.”
Cooper argued “Today the president of the United States did something rare: He expressed a notion that we can all agree on, that kids belong in the classroom — but then made it quite clear beyond what it means to himself and his re-election, he doesn’t actually care about those kids at all. He doesn’t care about their health and safety, nor the health of their teachers and parents, and federal guidelines for keeping them safe.”
Anderson Cooper in July: