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WH press secretary deflects questions on past opposition to same-sex marriage

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany deflected questions on her past opposition to same-sex marriage. (White House photo by Joyce Boghosian) White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany defected questions Friday about her past opposition in 2015 to same-sex marriage, which at the time she said was driven by arguments based on “farcical blabber.” In response to questioning from the Washington Blade, McEnany asserted her pregorative as White House press secretary wasn’t to discuss her personal views, but to as serve as a spokesperson for President Trump. “I’m not up here to give my personal views on anything,” McEnany said. “What I’d say is that I’m very proud of this administration, which has been fair and equitable and just to all Americans, and open to all Americans as it should be.” McEnany, however, disclosed she thinks her views on same-sex marriage are consistent with those of Trump. “I think our views are entirely consistent, and I’m not up here to give my views on a Supreme Court case from many years ago,” McEnany said. After winning election in 2016 on a campaign based on opposition to same-sex marriage, Trump said in an interview with “60 Minutes” Leslie Stahl he’s “ […]

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