Donald Trump’s former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced the birth of her second child yesterday. twitter She and her husband share that they welcomed the baby boy.
The 34-year-old shared an image of son Nash, the newest addition to the family, adding that she and husband Sean Gilmartin were “so thrilled to announce the birth of our son.”
The mother of two tweeted, “@GilmartinSean and I are so excited to announce the birth of our son Nash! It’s such a happy time. God bless us greatly.” rice field.
She then shared a photo of Nash cuddling up against a blue blanket, an image of Sean cuddling her newborn, and finally a snap of her 3-year-old daughter Blake with her brother.
Her co-star also announced a happy new live airing on Fox News’ Outnumbered, adding that her son was born Tuesday without incident.
The now mum of two announced the birth of her second child yesterday, sharing on Twitter that she and her husband welcomed a baby boy.
McEnany, 34, shared an image of baby boy Nash, adding that she and husband Sean Gilmartin were “so excited to announce the birth of our son.”
Her son was born Tuesday without incident, according to her co-host of Fox News’ Outnumbered after her co-star also announced the news live.
“Sending all our love and good luck wishes, prayers and support to our current family of four,” her co-star added.
McEnany shared the happy news that the couple is expecting their second child during a live FOX News broadcast on June 16.
The 34-year-old opens up about her expanding family while she co-hosts Outnumbered and couldn’t be more excited to welcome fellow on-air correspondents to a new addition to her brood. He said he wouldn’t.
“So my husband Sean Gilmartin and I are about four months pregnant,” McEnany said. Blake, my daughter.
The TV presenter, who was the last person to serve as White House press secretary before Trump’s presidency ends in January 2021, has admitted she’s having trouble keeping the news under wraps, joking. said. Before she officially shared the news, she got pregnant by her co-host.
Former Donald Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany revealed on livestream that she is four months pregnant with her second child.
The 34-year-old Fox News host, who is married to MLB player Sean Gilmartin, made the announcement outnumbered while sharing her joy over the happy news.
“What a blessing. We’ve prayed a lot about this and God has given us a child, the second child to join my daughter, Baby Blake,” McEnany said. said.
“One day we were sitting on the couch and someone said, ‘There are five of us,’ so I said. [to myself]”No, six of us, there’s one more here!”
The pregnant woman said she hopes to reveal the gender of her unborn baby on Outnumbered in the coming weeks and will bring her husband, an MLB player, to the show to make the announcement with her. He said he was considering it.
“We’re going to be gender revealing in the next few weeks. We’re going to be gender revealing a little bit here on Outnumbered,” she said, noting that it’s incredibly “difficult” to keep the baby’s gender a secret. He said he felt
“I can’t reveal the gender. I know, so it’s very difficult,” she confessed.
“I’m not a person who can wait. I have friends who are waiting, but I know now, so I’ll clarify here.
“Stay tuned for Outnumbered. We’re going to reveal the gender at the end of one show.
In her husband’s reaction to the happy news, McEnany said Gilmartin was “really excited” before citing the happy coincidence that her announcement came “just on the cusp of Father’s Day.”
The expectant mother then gushed about the “support” she received from her Fox colleagues, stating: [There is] There is no better place to support working moms than Fox News Channel.
McEnany’s second pregnancy comes less than three years after she and Gilmartin welcomed their first child, daughter Blake, who was born in November 2019, and almost a year before the 2020 election. .
News of McEnany’s pregnancy came less than three years after she and Gilmartin welcomed their first child, daughter Blake, who was born in November 2019.
Former White House press secretary says husband of 32 is ‘really excited’ to become a father for the second time
At the time, she took to social media to share the news of her new arrival, posting a sweet image of herself and Gilmartin proudly posing with their daughter, writing: in the world!
“What a blessing she is to our family!”
Gilmartin and McEnany tied the knot in November 2017, when she was serving as the national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee.
McEnany, who began her career as a producer for Fox News, was a commentator for CNN before moving to the RNC to serve as the national press secretary for Trump’s 2019 re-election campaign. April 2020, House Press Secretary.
McEnany’s happy news is a silver lining in what has been a dark period for the previous Trump administration during the ongoing Jan. 6 commission hearings.
Just a few months ago, images emerged that captured a seemingly shocked McEnany soaking up the 2020 election results, with the former press secretary posing as one of the former president’s aides when the election resumed. It is shown standing side by side with the members of.
According to journalist Jonathan Carr, at least, these photos appear to show dire consequences are looming for Trump’s team of advisers.
They provide a visual explanation that complements the testimony presented Monday by a Jan. 6 committee in the House of Representatives. This includes a statement by a key Trump adviser who said he told the then president that his election fraud allegations were bogus.
McEnany also appeared in a text Rep. Liz Cheney read between her and Fox News host Sean Hannity during a June 13 committee hearing.
‘Lock the door now. Hannity wrote her a letter. ‘yes. 100 percent,” she replied.
“No more stories of stolen elections,” the Fox News host replied.
McEnany’s first pregnancy announcement came on Instagram, posting a picture of herself cradling her bump while riding Air Force One.
McEnany served as President Trump’s White House press secretary from April 2020 to January 2021.
McEnany last appeared as White House press secretary on Jan. 7, a day after Trump supporters attacked the Capitol building, killing five and blocking Biden’s proof of victory. rice field.
She condemned the action and said she spoke for the entire administration by condemning the violence.
“Let me be clear, the violence we saw yesterday in our nation’s capital was appallingly condemned and contrary to the American way,” she said.
McEnany spoke for less than two minutes while reading a statement from his notebook before fleeing the room without answering the question.
“What we saw yesterday in our nation’s capital was a violent mob that violated the legitimate First Amendment rights of thousands who came to speak out peacefully. It was a group of people,” McEnany said.
McEnany left the White House on January 15 and returned to Florida, where her husband lived.
She took over her role as White House press secretary by Jenn Psakih, the first person to hold the position under President Joe Biden.
But although she revealed she left a note in the White House for her successor, the positive relationship between them seems to have cooled quickly — McEnany said in April to ‘don’t say’ Psaki. Gay handprints.
During an appearance on Fox News, McEnany accused Psaki of crying about Florida’s so-called “don’t say gay” law on a CNN podcast, saying she should instead “cry” about aborted children. said.
I mean, if you want to cry about an issue in this country right now, the spokesperson should cry about the 62 million children who never existed who were aborted because of the brutal, brutal Roe v. Wade verdict. I think this country has wiped out about a fifth of the U.S. population,” a former Trump staffer told Sean Hannity.
“If you want to cry, don’t cry about forcing sexuality on kindergarteners. This is sick,” McEnany continued. “She cries about 62 million children who can’t go to kindergarten.”