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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany inaccurately called Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett a "Rhodes Scholar" Thursday, then walked the statement back.
Barrett attended Rhodes College for her undergraduate degree before moving on to Notre Dame for her law degree. A Rhodes Scholar is someone who earns the prestigious international scholarship to study at the University of Oxford in England.
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When pressed on the mix-up during a Thursday's press briefing, McEnany first referred to her notes, saying, "That's what I have written here."
"She attended Rhodes College," said a reporter, prompting McEnany to say, "Attended Rhodes College. So, my bad."
The gaffe lit up social media, where Talking Points Memo's Josh Marshall I was also a Rhodes Scholar because I went to graduate school in Rhode Island.", "
Others pointed out that Fox Newswhile reporting on Barrett's nomination last week when an on-air graphic referred to her as a "Rhodes scholar."
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during an emergency debate in the House of Commons Monday that his government “strongly condemns” violence toward the Mi’kmaq community amid escalating tensions in Nova Scotia over its moderate livelihood lobster fishery. Trudeau said the community has a treaty right to fish “without being subjected to threats or racism.”
President Donald Trump nominated Barrett last week, eight days after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.
Barrett is awho has been a federal judge for three years. Early in her career in the Bush v. Gore decision that handed the presidency to Bush despite his popular vote loss in 2000.
In his announcement,as a "towering intellect" who had "unyielding loyalty to the Constitution."
Watch McEnany's walk-back:
McEnany: "My bad."
- The Recount (@therecount)
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