Photographer Offers Glimpse Into WH Press Secretary’s Binder During Press Briefing

A photographer at the White House captured the inside of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s briefing folder.

During the press briefings, McEnany quickly goes through her binder and answers at a rapid pace of questions from reporters on various topics. The briefings are roughly 20-30 minutes long.

And, now, a photographer from Reuters has captured the topics that are in McEnany’s briefing binder, the binder she uses to quickly fire back responses to the reporters.

Among the topics shown, in alphabetical order, include: Absurd, CDC, China, Election, Fauci, Flynn, Goya, Hate, Lies, Obama Reopen, School, Wins, among several others.

See the photo below:

The photo of McEnany’s briefing folder is a glimpse into the messaging from within the administration.

Previously, a photographer from Getty Images captured a photo of President Donald Trump’s note that has Sharpie letters all over it. The note read, “I WANT NOTHING. I WANT NOTHING. I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO. TELL ZELLINSKY [sic] TO DO THE RIGHT THING. THIS IS THE FINAL WORD FROM THE PRES OF THE U.S.”

Getty Images photographer Mark Wilson previously told Wired about getting the shot, “I quickly noticed that the pad contained large handwritten notes in Sharpie and focused my camera to capture what was on the page.”

Responses

  1. Great press secretary she is smart and does her job extremely well and the liberal media hare that because she won’t fall for their gotcha questions

  2. No surprises here. Just verifications that Trump’s puppets must follow his absurd edicts and statements or risk being bullied, shamed, and fired.

  3. The anti-Trump media is just pissed that Kayleigh is prepared to rebut all their BS and have to spin it to make her look bad. Sorry, CNN, MSNBC, AP, but this is called preparation and documentation. We know you all have your talking points memorized.

  4. Unbelievable! Disparage her for being prepared with facts to answer all the gotcha questions she’s asked over and over ad nauseum. If I were her, when a gotcha question is asked, I’d just say, “Gotcha.” And when a question is asked more than once, I’d say, “Asked and answered.”

    Most of the people who attend those press briefings are not there to gather information. They’re there to find something to say against the President.

  5. This is called being prepared. The press should be grateful that she takes the time to prepare for them. I think the briefings are a total waste of time. The reporters ask the same question over and over and the Press Secretary never answers them anyway. So what’s the point? The White House should just put out a daily synopsis of important info in writing to the press and be done with it.

  6. Delbert: flipping through a binder of talking points on national TV is a clear sign of weakness and shows how unprepared she is. Other PS wouldn’t be caught dead using a binder like that.

  7. Not to defend McEnany, or any body else in the White House clown show, but having quick facts and answers ready in a notebook or on 3×5 cards is really basic for dealing with the press. She may be a big liar, but she’s prepared to put a useful spin on everything that comes up.

    1. Delbert, For once I agree with one thing, having facts is correct. Now the clown show, you have described the entire Democratic part, PERFECTLY. Congrats. I know that none of your Democratic friends have never lied, now that is funny. I just love delusional liberals. It seems to define all of you.

      1. What a PR person has is things that seem like facts, things that shade the doubts, things that affirm the principal’s correctness and value. PR people never deal in fact.

        Nor does Trump.

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