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McEnany slams Bolton, defends Trump on Juneteenth

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany went on the attack against John Bolton, who she said "repeatedly praised the president, then turned." She also pushed President Trump's talking point that he put Juneteenth on the nation's radar. (June 19)
 
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