CNN reporter has tense exchange with McEnany over Proud Boys

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    During a White House briefing, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins pushed White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on why President Trump won’t outright denounce the far-right, white supremacist group the Proud Boys. #CNN #News

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