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Opinion: Kayleigh McEnany has crossed a line

Every single White House press secretary faces his or her own moment of truth on the job. Jerald terHorst, for example, resigned after just one month because he could not live with President Gerald Ford’s decision to pardon his predecessor, President Richard Nixon.

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Every single White House press secretary faces his or her own moment of truth on the job. Jerald terHorst, for example, resigned after just one month because he could not live with President Gerald Ford’s decision to pardon his predecessor, President Richard Nixon.

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