Kayleigh McEnanys notebook

Peixes -
Smilin like Rashad - 
Peixes -
Mark1 - 
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

How she got in would have no bearing on her position at graduation, no?

Mark

it wouldn't, but i also can't find a single source citing her ranking. i can't even find anything making the claim she graduated in any given percentile.

I would be willing to bet she's light years smarter than you dude.

i'm sure she is. she's an absoute beast. she's also married to a baseball player i like, so she's got that going for her, too.

so it's her, and then, like, two light years, and then me, and then a zillion light years to you because what the fuck does that have to do with what we were talking about?

Lol....fair enough

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In there, in the back of that folder, there is a tab named "choadlers penis sketches". It contains sketches of my penis that she drew. "Choadlers penis sketches" is a very big folder.

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androb - 
Peixes -
Mark1 - 
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

How she got in would have no bearing on her position at graduation, no?

Mark

it wouldn't, but i also can't find a single source citing her ranking. i can't even find anything making the claim she graduated in any given percentile.

So are you refuting the previous poster that said she graduated top 1% of her from Harvard. 

 

or just trying to give context 

 

or asking for a source yourself. 

 

kind of feels like you’re refuting but you can’t … because you don’t know … so you’re wishy washing it into context 

 

 

for real?

i offered the relevant information that i tried but couldn't verify a claim that was asserted in an open conversation. what are you so defensive of that you're trying to look into my soul to figure out what my angle is?

somebody said it, i want to know if it's true. my google foo is usually ichi ban, but i came up short so i was hoping someone would weigh in with something useful.

instead, i'm getting that i'm not as smart as the press secretary of united states (probably true, but first one in a while where i wouldn't question it) and that i'm maybe, kinda possibly "wishy washing it into context".

trust me, if mcenany's half the superprincess shehulk genius some of you seem to feel good believing she is, she doesn't need you guys white knighting her.

and, again, she's married to a cool baseball player i like, so back off nerds. she's taken.

gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

shut the fuck up you elitist bish

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CMFanforlife - 

She’s just a dumb blonde who paid her way into the job of being Trumps liar 

And this is why you’ll always be a loser.

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She'll be fired within a month for answering a question stupid like the other 7 press secretaries so far 

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gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

Id be willing to bet her educational marks far surpass yours. Even if she did transfer in do you think that makes any difference at all when applying for a job? 

You either graduated from a top tier school or you didnt. Nobody is going through and looking to see what her grade point average is. Maybe if your fresh out of a college a potential employer may ask what your grade point avg. was but thats doubtful. The only thing that matters is did you graduate or not. 

baj54 -
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

Id be willing to bet her educational marks far surpass yours. Even if she did transfer in do you think that makes any difference at all when applying for a job? 

You either graduated from a top tier school or you didnt. Nobody is going through and looking to see what her grade point average is. Maybe if your fresh out of a college a potential employer may ask what your grade point avg. was but thats doubtful. The only thing that matters is did you graduate or not. 

C's get degrees

gtownhoya -
Mark1 -
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

How she got in would have no bearing on her position at graduation, no?

Mark

She didn't graduate in the top 1% at Harvard. She was in the top 1% of her c.l.a.s.s. at the Miami School of Law (not a good law school - tied for 67th by USNews) after her first year of law school, then transferred to Harvard. That's nowhere near the same as being top of her cl.a.ss at Harvard. 

Again, I don’t know if she’s claiming to graduate top 1% or not. 

 

but she did attend Georgetown, Oxford, UofMiami, and Harvard law.  She’s obviously quite bright.  

Mark

 

walkinassassin -
baj54 -
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

Id be willing to bet her educational marks far surpass yours. Even if she did transfer in do you think that makes any difference at all when applying for a job? 

You either graduated from a top tier school or you didnt. Nobody is going through and looking to see what her grade point average is. Maybe if your fresh out of a college a potential employer may ask what your grade point avg. was but thats doubtful. The only thing that matters is did you graduate or not. 

C's get degrees

So do BJ's. Not saying in this case, just saying. 

Mark1 -
gtownhoya -
Mark1 -
gtownhoya -
TexDeuce -
VHStapefan -

Absolutely has an incredible mind. Her prep sessions have got to be intense

She graduated top 1% from Harvard Law. Smart girl for sure.

No, she didn't. She went to a below average law school, got good grades, and transferred to Harvard. This is common among people who can't get in to good schools. The elite schools love it because they charge the transfers full tuition and the transfers' lesser academic qualifications don't hurt the elite school's rankings.

How she got in would have no bearing on her position at graduation, no?

Mark

She didn't graduate in the top 1% at Harvard. She was in the top 1% of her c.l.a.s.s. at the Miami School of Law (not a good law school - tied for 67th by USNews) after her first year of law school, then transferred to Harvard. That's nowhere near the same as being top of her cl.a.ss at Harvard. 

Again, I don’t know if she’s claiming to graduate top 1% or not. 

 

but she did attend Georgetown, Oxford, UofMiami, and Harvard law.  She’s obviously quite bright.  

Mark

 

I looked into it. She was top 1% in her c.l.a.s.s. and transferred to Harvard Law and graduated from there. She never claimed anything but it has been written about her before so I see where the confusion could lie.

Either way, she is no dummy. 

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Wonder if she could ever be considered a presidential candidate or vice president pick?

At some point, in my lifetime, I believe that we will see a female president/ vice president.

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I love how one part of the OG can legitimately debate the level of university degree in one thread putting weight on the proper qualifications and on other threads you have mouth breathing retards openly refuting scientists with top backgrounds by posting links to absolute charlatans on Youtube.

The OG - The gift that keeps on giving. 

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greasegun - 

I love how one part of the OG can legitimately debate the level of university degree in one thread putting weight on the proper qualifications and on other threads you have mouth breathing retards openly refuting scientists with top backgrounds by posting links to absolute charlatans on Youtube.

The OG - The gift that keeps on giving. 

i pointed this out on a tucker carlson thread recently:

it was claimed he had "a political science degree and a journalism background"

first of all, the guy has a BA in history, which definitely isn't either of those things. but what's funny is that a BA in history would generally be immediately disregarded on the og as "useless" and "indoctrination", but tc's a right wing news personality, so i'm sure it's a great bona fide and should be bigly respected.

you guys are a bunch bishes to be concerned about someone's education pedigree. It is what you eventually do afterwards that counts. The fact that she has a high position in the White House is an important achievement.

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I wouldn’t care if she only had gone to community college. Love the notebook and the way she handles the press in that room.

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To put this in perspective... the guys who finished 1st in my general surgery residency program at Duke (full disclosure- I was 8th) was not someone you would ever want doing a procedure on you or a loved one. I know we surgeons are all considered “weird” but this guy went far afield from accepted protocols and was deluged with malpractice actions within his first years of independent practice. He was censured by the medical board in IN where he went to practice. Bounced to Cali and got credentialed somehow and after a few more tragic mistakes lost his ability to practice for good. Duke is one of the very best places for surgical residency (I think it is THE best, naturally) ... so here was the #1 guy from arguably the best school in the world and he was incompetent and truth to tell, somewhat unbalanced. I have also worked with physicians from smaller, less known schools that were amazingly brilliant and skilled. Ergo, it is not the rank or even the school that determines how good one is at their job. Just .02 from an old retired sawbones. 

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Great Bambino -

Wonder if she could ever be considered a presidential candidate or vice president pick?

At some point, in my lifetime, I believe that we will see a female president/ vice president.

Of course it will happen, I have no problem with it. It just needs to be someone that doesn't make their entire identity about it.

If you're good to go, you're good to go. If your #1 campaign topic is "I'll be the first" you can kick rocks.

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Rakoshi -

To put this in perspective... the guys who finished 1st in my general surgery residency program at Duke (full disclosure- I was 8th) was not someone you would ever want doing a procedure on you or a loved one. I know we surgeons are all considered “weird” but this guy went far afield from accepted protocols and was deluged with malpractice actions within his first years of independent practice. He was censured by the medical board in IN where he went to practice. Bounced to Cali and got credentialed somehow and after a few more tragic mistakes lost his ability to practice for good. Duke is one of the very best places for surgical residency (I think it is THE best, naturally) ... so here was the #1 guy from arguably the best school in the world and he was incompetent and truth to tell, somewhat unbalanced. I have also worked with physicians from smaller, less known schools that were amazingly brilliant and skilled. Ergo, it is not the rank or even the school that determines how good one is at their job. Just .02 from an old retired sawbones. 

VU Doc

Funny thing about Kayleigh McEnany is that her track to the WH Press Sec and owning CNN journalists can be traced directly to CNN.