“Outnumbered” co-host Kayleigh McEnany stated on Wednesday that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe minimize brief his interview brief with a neighborhood Virginia TV station as a result of the Democrats largely imagine the media is on their facet.

“The Democrats positively imagine that the press is of their nook. Simply hearken to their very own phrases. Nancy Pelosi final week stated you’re not doing sufficient within the media to promote my $3.5 trillion plan. Bernie stated ‘hey, you don’t know what’s within the plan. America doesn’t as a result of the media has not informed individuals,” stated McEnany. 

TERRY MCAULIFFE ABRUPTLY ENDS INTERVIEW, TELLS LOCAL VIRGINIA REPORTER, ‘YOU SHOULD’VE ASKED BETTER QUESTIONS’

McAuliffe minimize his interview brief with a neighborhood Virginia TV station and scolded the reporter for not asking “higher questions.”

WJLA 7News reporter Nick Minock performed interviews with the previous governor and his GOP rival Glenn Youngkin, sharing highlights on-air whereas releasing the total interviews and transcripts on-line. 

Nonetheless, WJLA anchor Jonathan Elias provided a disclaimer to viewers who might discover that Youngkin’s interview was for much longer than McAuliffe’s. 

“So in case you watch these whole interviews on our web site, we do wish to level out that the Terry McAuliffe interview is shorter than our interview with Glenn Youngkin. That was not by our doing,” Elias informed viewers throughout Tuesday’s night newscast.

 “Nick provided each candidates 20 minutes precisely to be truthful for the interviews. McAuliffe abruptly ended 7News’ interview after simply 10 minutes and informed Nick that he ought to have requested higher questions and that Nick ought to have requested questions 7News viewers care about. That is what he stated.” 

The previous White Home Press secretary McEnany has expertise coping with the media when working for the Trump administration. 

White Home press secretary Kayleigh McEnany speaks throughout a briefing on the White Home in Washington, Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. (AP Photograph/Susan Walsh)

McEnany went on to say, “They imagine that the media is of their nook and when the media truly ask onerous questions, which native reporters fairly often do, they will’t deal with it. McAuliffe had one other bizarre second the place he was requested to outline CRT by a reporter, he wouldn’t do it.” 

“I’d like to see this man stand behind the press podium and cope with the hyenas within the press or like I needed to. In the event you can’t deal with a number of robust questions, simply truthful questions, what would he do on a nationwide stage?”

Fox Information’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.