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WATCH: Kayleigh McEnany’s sister announces launch of conservative dating app

The sister of the White House press secretary under former President Donald Trump, Kayleigh McEnany, is spearheading a right-wing dating app that will launch in September, according to a Wednesday announcement.



On Wednesday, it was announced that Kayleigh McEnany, sister of former White House press secretary and current Trump adviser Sean Spicer, is leading the charge for a new right-wing dating app set to debut in September.

The Right Stuff “was created for conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways,” as stated on the site. There are now woke dating apps available. We unite those who care deeply about the same things in life.


Ryann McEnany praised the app because “not just anyone can join” (so that members are more exclusive).

If you’re one of my ladies, she said, “you’ll never have to pay,” because we all get premium subscriptions for inviting just a few friends. “Gentlemen, it’s your responsibility to pay for premium service if you want it.”

As a jab at theories about gender that are gaining traction on the Left, she added, “ladies and gentlemen” were the only choices.

Later in the video, she emphasized that pronouns are unnecessary.

The app was created by Trump administration holdovers John McEntee and Daniel Huff and funded by tech tycoon Peter Thiel, who has backed several Republican politicians including J.D. Vance in Ohio and Blake Masters in Arizona.

That which we are doing has never been attempted before. In a July interview, Huff said that no one has created a high-quality app with a dedicated team and adequate funding.

We can’t let liberals run our personal lives because they run our schools and media, he said.

To learn more about McEnany’s background as a social media strategist for Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign, VISIT THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER. McEnany is now the digital marketing and brand communications strategist and engagement officer for the America First Policy Institute.

The Washington Examiner. Kayleigh McEnany, the news, technology, the Republican Party, and Donald Trump are all topics covered in these videos.

The first author of this work was Julia Johnson.

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