President Donald Trump's latest press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, tweeted out that the President's response to the virus is "unprecedented." Unfortunately, Twitter agreed.
Here's what she had to say about it:
Opinion commentator Don Lemon can't have it both ways. President @realDonaldTrump will continue to lead an unprec… https://t.co/WfcMfyDZ0A— Kayleigh McEnany (@Kayleigh McEnany)1588267308.0
Though McEnany surely intended to say Trump has been doing a good job, Twitter could only agree that now President has ever been as unprepared and unprofessional.
It's unprecedented only insofar as the magnitude of the failure https://t.co/4gx3qUEHjf— David Lazarus (@David Lazarus)1588271880.0
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump Unprecedented, but in a way that you absolutely didn't mean— D Weisenfeld Isn't Injecting Disinfectant 🍌 (@D Weisenfeld Isn't Injecting Disinfectant 🍌)1588270530.0
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump Unprecedentedly bad response. More deaths than Vietnam, which Trump also didn't help in.— Political Observer (@Political Observer)1588268583.0
It turns out this is far from the first time McEnany has tweeted out her favorite descriptor.
$25 billion will go to continuing our unprecedented efforts to rapidly build out testing across the country.— Kayleigh McEnany (@Kayleigh McEnany)1587750272.0
President @realDonaldTrump took countless questions from reporters in the Oval Office earlier today. Moreover, the… https://t.co/l3f3PBhL4n— Kayleigh McEnany (@Kayleigh McEnany)1587773455.0
Sadly, the internet has seen too much of Trump to buy McEnany's pitch.
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump It’s unprecedented because he screwed up so bad. He should resign now.— David Scott (@David Scott)1588268791.0
The only thing unprecedented here is that for the first in history we have a president that accepts no responsibili… https://t.co/agYoJtTOBA— Bob Levine (@Bob Levine)1588269878.0
Twitter has never hesitated to roast President Trump over a lack of competence.
@surecantpickem @PressSec @realDonaldTrump Some might say unpresidented.— LauraB’sAtHome🏡🖋 (@LauraB’sAtHome🏡🖋)1588270839.0
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump Yep 60,000 plus dead in less than 3 months. Unprecedented indeed.— VegasLife (@VegasLife)1588267568.0
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump 61,000+ dead Americans. Unprecedented is right.— John *Distantly Social* Wright (@John *Distantly Social* Wright)1588269224.0
More people have died during this pandemic than during the entire Vietnam war.
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump Oh, his response is unprecedented all right, but not in a good way— surecantpickem (@surecantpickem)1588267545.0
Another unprecedented thing about this White House: the unrestrained praise every official is required to lavish on the President if they hope to keep their job.
UNPRECEDENTED VIRUS RESPONSE FROM DEAR LEADER, WHO SLAYED THE INVISIBLE ENEMY WITH HIS OWN BARE, LARGE HANDS. TRULY… https://t.co/OfjhVNucC5— Oliver Willis (@Oliver Willis)1588274636.0
McEnany should take her own advice. She can't have it both ways!
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump Trump can't have it both ways.... Be the Leader of the Country but "don't take responsibility at all"— Samir (@Samir)1588268761.0
@PressSec @realDonaldTrump You can't have it both ways. Lying and misinforming the public when Trump speaks and con… https://t.co/NQ0hQ8rcKn— lawhawk (@lawhawk)1588267578.0
Don't worry, McEnany, a Trump press secretary being torn apart online is hardly unprecedented.