Kayleigh McEnany: Trump in ‘Great Spirits,’ Lawsuits Likely Will Make It to the Supreme Court

White House press sec­re­tary Kayleigh McE­nany said Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump is in “great spir­its” in the midst of sev­er­al law­suits over the Nov. 3 elec­tion, adding that she believes some cas­es will reach the Supreme Court, where con­ser­v­a­tives enjoy a 6–3 majority.

“I think at this point, it prob­a­bly will make its way up to the Supreme Court,” McE­nany told Just The News. “Right now, we’re at the dis­trict court lev­el. And we will see how they rule in Penn­syl­va­nia and on our upcom­ing law­suits here in Michi­gan and else­where. And I think it’s real­ly anyone’s guess where this goes.”

McE­nany added that Trump’s cam­paign also has more infor­ma­tion on a Michi­gan case about bal­lots, which will be released in the near future.

McEnany—who is also serv­ing as Trump’s cam­paign adviser—responded to an inci­dent on Mon­day when Fox News cut away from her speech to show host Neil Cavu­to, who said he couldn’t allow her to say Democ­rats are “wel­com­ing fraud and wel­com­ing ille­gal vot­ing.” Fol­low­ing the move, Fox News has faced back­lash from con­ser­v­a­tives on social media.

In the inter­view, McE­nany said that she was attempt­ing to expose prob­lems with the U.S. elec­tion system.


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