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CNN and MSNBC Crushed by Kayleigh McEnany and Fox News

Are you tired of the same old news programs, featuring the same old talking heads?

It seems that viewers across the country are, as ratings reports indicate that Fox News’s “Outnumbered” co-hosts continue to dominate the daytime cable news competition.

In fact, on Friday, Outnumbered drew more than double the viewership of both CNN and MSNBC combined during the noon time slot.

But what’s the secret to Outnumbered’s success?

Well, it may have something to do with the show’s co-host, Kayleigh McEnany.

As a former White House press secretary and current Fox News host, McEnany brings a fresh perspective to the show, along with a reassuring message for her fans.

In fact, McEnany recently shared an update on her new book, “Serenity in the Storm: Living Through Chaos by Leaning on Christ.”

In it, she discusses her own experiences with chaos and how she turns to Christ for support.

She also delves into why God allows pain and suffering, and even looks at the journeys of academics who started as skeptics but eventually found the truth in Jesus Christ.

The Conservative Brief has more details:

Kayleigh McEnany and Fox News’s “Outnumbered” co-hosts continue to outperform their daytime cable news competition, drawing more viewers than CNN and MSNBC combined.

Outnumbered drew 1.59 million total viewers on Friday in comparison to CNN’s 625,000 and MSNBC’s 579,000 total viewers for the noon time slot, according to the most recent rating report.

McEnany, a current Fox News host who served as the White House press secretary for former President Donald Trump, delivered a reassuring message for her fans last week.

Her new book, “Serenity in the Storm: Living Through Chaos by Leaning on Christ,” offers details about her life and how she deals with the pressures. She just completed the audiobook recording and shared an update with fans.

“I talk about the chaos we live in and how Christ is at work even amid the chaos. … I take us through the fall of Afghanistan, but then I talk about how the underground church is on the rise, and it’s growing, and it’s prospering,” she said in a video shared on Twitter where she also said she spoke about why God allows “pain and suffering.”

She also said that she looked at academics who started as skeptics but came around to the truth, that Jesus Christ is the savior of mankind.

“They all started out as skeptics. … Some [set out] to disprove Christ and in doing so they came to the realization that Jesus Christ is the savior,” she said.

Can you imagine any other host on any other channel talking about their faith?

Of course not!

No wonder Kayleigh McEnany resonates with so many every day Americans!

Here are just some of her latest updates:

While Fox News has soared in the ratings, thanks in part to Kayleigh McEnany, it appears that CNN’s ratings have tumbled.

In fact, according to the latest figures released by Nielsen, CNN’s primetime ratings have fallen a staggering 61% this month, making it the biggest drop among the three big cable news networks.

It seems like CNN’s struggle to turn the news channel around has not been successful, despite the efforts of Chris Licht. Even the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, David Zaslav, has urged the network managers to steer clear of politically oriented commentary and partisanship.

Will CNN be able to save their sinking ship?

Let’s dive into the latest figures released by Nielsen and see what’s really going on with CNN.

According to the New York Post, CNN is tumbling:

Primetime ratings for CNN have fallen 61% this month — the steepest dip in viewership among the big three cable news giants, according to the latest figures released by Nielsen.

The drop in ratings is a bad omen for CNN, which has struggled to right the ship since parent company Warner Bros. Discovery tasked Chris Licht with the job of turning the news channel around more than a year ago.

Despite the poor ratings, Licht has the support of his boss, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav, who gave a pep talk to network managers urging them to steer clear of politically oriented commentary and partisanship.

“Ratings be damned,” he said. “Let’s focus on who we are. This is our mission. This is our legacy. And this is our journey together.”

A CNN spokesperson told The Post: “CNN is a top-five cable network in total day, has the youngest audience in cable news, reaches the most viewers in cable news in the demo, and is the #1 digital news platform in the world.”

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