McEnany Discusses Election Security After Krebs Is Fired


White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says the elections may be secure from a national security standpoint, but she says it doesn't mean the ballot count is correct. 

On Fox News, McEnany mentioned 6,000 uncounted ballots in Georgia and allegations of poll worker misconduct in Michigan. 

Her comments come after President Trump fired cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs over a statement calling the elections the most secure in history. 

She said it seemed like a partisan attempt to "hit back at" the President while he pursues election-related lawsuits. 

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