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White House Press Secretary Claimed 'PAW Patrol' Was Cancelled; But Nickelodeon Says It's Not

White House Press Secretary Claimed 'PAW Patrol' Was Cancelled; But Nickelodeon Says It's Not

Nickelodeon is setting the record straight on whether or not its popular kids animated television show, PAW Patrol, was cancelled.

Earlier in the day, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany claimed the show had been cancelled by the network during a briefing today (July 24) while talking about cancel culture.

She had referenced both PAW Patrol and other television shows that were cancelled due to having police officers in the show.

“We saw a few weeks ago that PAW Patrol, a cartoon show about cops, was canceled,” she said. “The show Cops was canceled. Live PD was canceled. Lego halted the sales of their Lego City police station.”

She went on to claim that President Donald Trump “is also appalled by cancel culture, and cancel culture specifically as it pertains to cops.”

“It is really unfortunate, because I stand with, the president stands with, the 53 percent of Americans who believe police officers have the most important jobs in this country,” she added.

After her claims, Nickelodeon issued a short statement about the status of the show, and parents everywhere will rejoice about it. See it below!

PAW Patrol centers on dogs that hold positions in several areas of civil service, including first responders including a firefighting dog, a paramedic dog, and an aquatic rescue dog and more.

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