Kayleigh McEnany’s “Outnumbered” cracks the top 20, beating all CNN and MSNBC shows

Fox News co-host Kayleigh McEnany’s show “Outnumbered” broke into the top 20 viewership ratings of any cable television program last week, and the achievement is well deserved.

“Outnumber,” which airs weekdays at 12 p.m. Eastern, ranked number 18 among all original cable shows with an audience of nearly 1.9 million on Thursday per ShowBuzzDaily.

Regular co-hosts on the program include Harris Faulkner and Emily Compagno, while other Fox News channel personalities rotate.

There is always a male guest at Outnumbered, hence the name.

Some of the other programs in Thursday’s top 20 came from Fox News, including Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Five, Jesse Watters Primetime, Hannity, America Reports, America’s Newsroom and The Faulkner -Focus.”


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There was no CNN or MSNBC in the top 20.

CNN’s “Erin Burnett Outfront” came closest at 29, while “The Beat with Ari Melber” was MSNBC’s highest-rated program at 41.

“Outnumbered” was in the top 10 cable news shows for average viewers throughout August, with a Fox News show filling every other slot, aside from MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show,” according to MSNBC TV news.

“Maddow” is air-only weekly.

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meeting reported that McEnany joined Fox News in March 2021 and was named co-host of “Outnumbered” soon after started in the spring of 2014.

The former Trump White House press secretary made headlines last week afterwards calling out Stacey Abrams, Gov. of the Democratic Republic of Georgia, who claimed an unborn baby has no heartbeat after six weeks of pregnancy.

McEnany on Friday cited several reputable health bodies opposing the nominee, including the National Library of Medicine, the March of Dimes, Britain’s National Health Service and the Mayo Clinic.

“So all these institutions that the left loves, that [Dr. Anthony] Fauci … I would assume that we take a bow — we don’t think she’s credible anymore because Stacey Abrams, a crazy Democratic nominee, said something crazy,” McEnany said.

McEnany further noted that Planned Parenthood recently changed its website to conform to Abrams’ claim that there is no definitive heartbeat at six weeks’ gestation.


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“Part of the embryo begins to show cardiac activity. It sounds like a heartbeat on an ultrasound, but it’s not a fully formed heart — it’s the earliest stage of heart development,” he says website said in reference to the development that occurs between five and six weeks.

However, a archive The same website in July states that “a very basic beating heart and circulatory system is developing.”

“Don’t you like how science changes after a Democrat like Stacey Abrams said something crazy?” McEnany tweeted.

When McEnany became White House press secretary in April 2020 at age 31, she was one of the youngest to ever serve, but it was nonetheless well prepared for the role.

At this point in her life, she had been practicing in the White House Press Office when Dana Perino was press secretary for then-President George W. Bush.

That opportunity was followed by stints as a producer on the Fox News program Hannity & Colmes and The Mike Huckabee Show on radio. The latter gig saw her cross paths with Huckabee’s daughter, future White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

Add to this the Floridian’s educational background, which includes a bachelor’s degree in international politics from Georgetown University and a law doctorate from Harvard Law School.

While enrolled in Georgetown, McEnany spent a year studying at Oxford University, about which she wrote in her book,For times like this‘ proved a valuable training ground for future White House press conferences.

At school, students had to write one or two 10-page papers a week and defend them in one-on-one “tutorials.” She said that during these sessions, a “highly qualified and well-educated academic” would spy on the students as they read their papers and challenge the ideas presented.

“The tutorial far dwarfed the press conference in terms of difficulty. Preparing for those tense encounters certainly shaped the way I prepared before stepping on the podium,” McEnany wrote.

she said In a December interview with the Western Journal, she saw part of her role as press secretary as being to counter these false media narratives about then-President Donald Trump while remaining true to her Christian faith.

“But that doesn’t mean we don’t have to be tough and accountable and be able to fight back, not with literal fights, but fight back with facts and substance and footnotes and accountability,” McEnany said.

She’s bought the same rigor as Underdog, and viewers clearly appreciate what she and the other co-hosts have to offer.

This article originally appeared on The West Journal.

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