White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday regained control of her personal Twitter account — but only after acceding to the platform’s demand that she delete a link to The Post’s Wednesday cover story describing emails from an alleged Hunter Biden hard drive.
“All Twitter did was succeed in drawing more attention to the Biden corruption — well done! I will now tweet more about Biden than ever before,” McEnany tweeted to her 1 million followers.
“I’m FIRED UP! Twitter, meanwhile, can continue doing Joe Biden’s bidding with propaganda like this,” said added, with a screenshot of a Twitter trending topic that claimed Biden “did not push out” a Ukrainian prosecutors whose office investigated gas firm Burisma.
Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate, is on tape boasting of pushing out the prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, in 2016 by threatening to withhold $1 billion in US loan guarantees. What’s in dispute is whether an investigation of Burisma, which paid Hunter Biden