Kayleigh McEnany leaves letters for incoming Biden press officials

Outgoing White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany revealed on Wednesday that she left letters for President Biden’s top incoming press officials as they assume their new roles.

“Wishing all the best to President @JoeBiden’s incoming press & communications team,” McEnany tweeted on Wednesday, sharing that she left notes for Biden’s press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiWhite House on Cleveland Indians' name change: 'We certainly support their change of name' US delegation departs Haiti after reports of gunshots at ex-president's funeral White House on unvaccinated Americans: Our role is not to 'place blame' MORE, communications director Kate BedingfieldKate BedingfieldBiden's misinformation crackdown spotlights partisan divide on content reform White House uses Trump's words praising China to slam McCarthy's Biden criticism Biden, Putin begin high-stakes summit in Geneva MORE, principal deputy press secretary Karine Jean-PierreKarine Jean-PierreLabor, environment groups push Congress for 'bold' manufacturing investments Russian hacking group believed to be behind Kaseya cyber attack goes offline Harris to meet with Texas Democrats MORE and senior adviser and chief spokeswoman Symone SandersSymone SandersWhite House confirms Harris got COVID-19 test after meeting with Texas Democrats Harris's Walter Reed visit unrelated to meeting with Texas Democrats: White House Number of Texas state Democrats to test positive for COVID-19 rises to 5 MORE

“Sending my prayers as you begin your service to the American people!” McEnany tweeted.


Psaki on Wednesday shared after Biden was officially sworn in as the 46th president of the United States that she is “in the building and ready to get to work.”


Former President TrumpDonald TrumpPoll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary Biden flexes presidential muscle on campaign trail with Virginia's McAuliffe Has Trump beaten the system? MORE also left a note for President Biden before departing the White House on Wednesday morning, a White House official confirmed to The Hill. The content of the note, which has become a tradition during presidential transitions, was not immediately reported.

Trump did not attend Biden’s inauguration, instead giving farewell remarks outside of the White House on Wednesday before departing to his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla. 

Trump wished the incoming administration luck during his address, although he did not mention Biden by name.

“I will be watching, I will be listening, and I will tell you that the future of this country has never been better,” Trump said. “I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they will have great success. They have the foundation to do something very spectacular.”