Trump’s spokesman, the brilliant and witty McNerney, has a new job

Fox News announced on March 2 that Trump-era White House press secretary Kelly McNerney had joined the media Family, according to The Hill.

Fox host Harris Faulkner introduced McNerney on his show “Faulkner Focus” and the latter appeared as a guest on the show that day, according to the report.

“I’m very pleased to welcome Kelly McNerney to the Fox family today,” Faulkner said, “and we’ll have many more opportunities to meet her in the future.”

In late January, McNerney signed an employment agreement with Fox News and will begin work in January, the report said in a report released by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).

The Hill mentioned that this is not McNerney’s first foray into cable television. Before serving as Trump’s press secretary, she was a guest on CNN and a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee.

As previously reported, McNerney left the White House on Jan. 15. According to multiple media reports, McNerney packed up her office at the White House that day. Previously, McNerney had held her last press conference on behalf of the Trump Administration on Jan. 7, in response to the Capitol riots. On that day, she delivered a total of just two minutes of speech and then left without answering any questions from reporters.