Kayleigh McEnany: America Will Hear from Trump “at Just the Right Moment”

Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump has paused post-elec­tion pub­lic appear­ances for now, but Amer­i­cans will hear from him “at the right moment,” White House press sec­re­tary Kayleigh McE­nany, speak­ing in her role as an advis­er to his reelec­tion cam­paign, said Thursday.

“[He is] let­ting this lit­i­ga­tion play out, let­ting his lawyers take the lead on this, while he stays hard at work for the Amer­i­can peo­ple on COVID and oth­er mat­ters,” McE­nany said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” “But you will be hear­ing from the pres­i­dent. You hear from him on Twit­ter. You’ll be hear­ing from him at the right moment.”

Trump has not appeared or spo­ken in pub­lic — except for his Vet­er­ans Day vis­it to Arling­ton Nation­al Ceme­tery on Wednes­day — since last Thurs­day, when he attacked the nation’s elec­toral sys­tem and made claims of wide­spread vot­er fraud. Two days lat­er, most in the nation­al media pro­ject­ed Joe Biden as the pres­i­dent-elect, with the pres­i­den­t’s cam­paign react­ing through a series of law­suits in sev­er­al states.

He has kept up his social media pres­ence, though, tweet­ing con­tin­ued accu­sa­tions about fraud and post­ing updates on his cam­paign’s efforts.

McE­nany told Fox News that there will be a num­ber of affi­davits filed Thurs­day from peo­ple alleg­ing ille­gal actions, includ­ing from one woman who was told she’d already vot­ed by mail after she received a bal­lot but did­n’t cast it.

“We just want answers, and the Amer­i­can peo­ple deserve to be able to ask ques­tions,” she said.

Mean­while, McE­nany refused to answer a ques­tion about Biden being refused access to the Pres­i­den­t’s Dai­ly Brief, call­ing it a “ques­tion more for the White House.”

“I will say that all laws are being fol­lowed with regard to the expect­ed tran­si­tion, though we expect to con­tin­ue on as the Trump admin­is­tra­tion, and we will see how our lit­i­ga­tion goes,” said McEnany.



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