Former White House press secretary, and now officially a Fox News analyst, Kayleigh McEnany, is on the record slamming President Joe Biden's comment where he compared Republican governors to "Neanderthals" after they removed mask mandates in their state.

It was Texas and Mississippi who were the targets of President Biden's "Neanderthal thinking" criticism when Biden called them out for opening their states.

McEnany says this is similar to when Hillary Clinton called Trump supporters "deplorables" and suggested "this is what Democrats do" - referring to how there are several cases of them insulting the other side.

It does not seem like "Neanderthal thinking" comments will create that unity Biden was talking about.

WATCH McEnany slam Biden for his comments about Republicans:



Fox News provided some further context:

McEnany referenced GOP strategist Rick Wilson’s comments calling Trump supporters "credulous boomer" rubes on CNN, as well as Clinton’s statement as evidence that Democrats use divisive rhetoric to describe conservatives.

"Simply giving freedoms causes Joe Biden - the great uniter - to call us Neanderthals among other words that his predecessor Hillary Clinton did as well," McEnany said.

This is far from the first time that media outlets and political figures have used incendiary language to describe Republicans and conservatives.

McEnany and the Fox News panel also slammed current White House press secretary Jen Psaki and implied that she seems unprepared or doesn't always know where Biden stands on things.

McEnany suggests she always knew where Trump would be with something and they did hours of research to come prepared.

It's unclear what Jen Psaki does before briefings.