Cooper Can't Stop Laughing Reacting to Conway's 'Alternative Facts' What the Actual Fact? - The Trump Administration's "Alternative Facts": The Daily Show. ‘What’s the scandal here?’ Kellyanne Conway speechless after being schooled on latest bogus Clinton attack. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was shut down Monday afternoon when she attempted to use a faulty Wall Street Journal story to promote another “scandal” involving Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Appearing with MSNBC host Steve Kornacki, the Trump spokesperson cited a Wall Street Journal report that inferred collusion — once removed — between Hillary Clinton and the wife of an FBI official running for office. “Governor Terry McAuliffe giving a half million dollars to the super PAC for a candidate whose husband just happens to be the number three at the FBI in charge of the e-mails?” Conway tossed into the conversation over Donald Trump’s latest speech in Florida. “Hey, if we’re going to talk about that story, let’s introduce all of the facts, and then let’s talk about it,” Kornacki shot back. “At least I got you to spend two or two and a half minutes on it, that we otherwise wouldn’t have –” Conway feebly replied. Kornacki then went in for the kill. Conway: Trump didn’t attack his sex assault accusers ‘he just said he was going to sue them’ Conway goes ballistic after Jake Tapper says ‘anti-Semites and racists’ back Trump. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway lashed out at CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday for asking questions about how Donald Trump has attracted supporters who were racists, misogynists, xenophobes and anti-Semites.
At a campaign rally in Phoenix last week, one of Donald Trump supporters was removed from the event after he began chanting “Jew-S-A” at members of the media. On Sunday, Tapper asked Conway why Donald Trump had refused to say he did not want the votes of that type of supporter. “There are a lot of anti-Semites and racists and misogynists who support the Trump candidacy,” Tapper noted. Conway scoffs at Trump child rape case: ‘Next you’re going to ask about his taxes’ Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway declined on Monday to address how a lawsuit accusing Donald Trump of raping a child would impact his presidency.
During an interview on CNBC, Conway accused Hillary Clinton’s campaign of being “sneaky” by asking the FBI to release more information about emails that were found on longtime aide Huma Abedin’s computer. “Just ask Huma what’s on there, just ask Anthony Weiner what’s on there,” she insisted. “They are now trying to politicize the FBI.” According to Conway, Clinton was “encouraging” her supporters to boo FBI Director James Comey. “It’s a very dangerous precedent to have somebody that was secretary of state, first lady, U.S. senator, wants to be president of the United States and be commander-in-chief encouraging people to boo,” she opined.
CNBC host Andrew Ross Sorkin pointed out that Trump had vowed to put Clinton in jail if his White House bid is successful. “And where are we now?” Conway Suggests Trump Protester Deserved Beating Because He Was 'Probably A Plant' <a class="icopyright-article-tools-noscript" href=" target="_blank" title="Main menu of all reuse options"><img height="25" width="27" border="0" align="bottom" alt="[Reuse options]" src=" Click here for reuse options!
</a> Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway lashed out at a Republican voter who was beaten over the weekend while protesting Donald Trump. At a rally in Reno on Saturday, 33-year-old Austyn Crites said that he was beaten by Trump supporters for holding a "Republicans Against Trump" sign. He later learned that the scuffle had prompted Secret Service agents to whisk Trump from the stage. Crites told USA Today that he was not part of Hillary Clinton's campaign, but he had briefly canvassed for the Democratic candidate because he wanted to do all he could to defeat Trump. But on Sunday, Conway suggested to Fox News that Crites deserved the beating because he was "probably a plant" sent in by the Clinton campaign.
"Hillary supporter," Fox News host Steve Doocy scoffed. Conway won’t say whether or not Donald Trump plans to jail Hillary Clinton. Conway: It’s up to Clinton, Obama to calm anti-Trump protesters. Conway Is Truly Terrifying and She Always Has Been. Photo Credit: Screenshot / YouTube After Donald Trump won the nomination this summer and was making a final push for the White House, he hired Breitbart News’ Steve Bannon as a consultant and Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway as his campaign manager.
They’re both scary AF, butKellyanne Conway is honestly terrifying on her own. She was the mastermind behind Trump’s election, after all. She will likely have Trump’s ear in the White House, though she probably won’t get a cabinet position (but really, who the hell knows what will happen anymore). She is already part of the transition team, counseling Trump on his appointees. Conway is a longtime Republican pollster and campaign manager and previously worked for Senator Todd Akin — you know, the guy who said women can shut down their fallopian tubes when raped. 9 Facts About Trump's New Campaign Manager, Kelly Conway. Kellyanne Conway was named Donald Trump's campaign manager Aug. 17, 2016, making her the first woman to ever run a Republican presidential campaign.
She traveled with Trump throughout his campaign in its last months and advised him, as well as appeared frequently on TV to speak on his behalf. Conway, 49, is a veteran political operative, who's spent the last three decades advising Republicans on how to appeal to female voters. In fact, she was already doing this for the Trump campaign before he tapped her to be his campaign manager.
On Dec. 22, 2016, Conway was named counselor to the president. ‘It’s a crutch’: Todd takes Conway to the woodshed for blaming the media. Thanks For the New Meme, Kellyanne Conway. Conway eyes top spot in Trump's outside political operation. Shouting match erupts between Clinton and Trump aides. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The raw, lingering emotion of the 2016 presidential campaign erupted into a shouting match here Thursday as top strategists of Hillary Clinton’s campaign accused their Republican counterparts of fueling and legitimizing racism to elect Donald Trump.
The extraordinary exchange came at a postmortem session sponsored by Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, where top operatives from both campaigns sat across a conference table from each other. As Trump’s team basked in the glow of its victory and singled out for praise its campaign’s chief executive, Stephen K. Bannon, who was absent, the row of grim-faced Clinton aides who sat opposite them bristled. Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri condemned Bannon, who previously ran Breitbart, a news site popular with the alt-right, a small movement known for espousing racist views.
“If providing a platform for white supremacists makes me a brilliant tactician, I am proud to have lost,” she said. Politics. Top Trump aide says: "It’s always something other than Hillary Clinton’s fault" Last Updated Dec 12, 2016 11:20 AM EST Kellyanne Conway on Monday suggested that reports about the U.S. intelligence community’s assessment that Russia interfered with the election to help bring about a victory for president-elect Donald Trump is just an excuse for Hillary Clinton’s loss.
In an interview on “CBS This Morning,” the senior adviser to President-elect Trump, said people keep blaming other people or situations for the Democratic nominee losing the election. Conway downplays Rex Tillerson’s ties to Russia: “It’s not like he’s pounding down vodka with Vladimir Putin” Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, on Monday defended the president-elect’s likely secretary of State pick, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson, who’s drawn criticism for his close ties to Russia.
“Secretary of State is the fourth-highest ranking individual in our government, a very important decision,” Conway told ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “A leading candidate, Rex Tillerson of Exxon, has dealt with Russia for many years.” Conway says Trump’s team found “an exception” in anti-nepotism law. On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway suggested the president-elect would find a way to get his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner into the White House via a loophole in anti-nepotism law.
“The anti-nepotism law apparently has an exception if you want to work in the West Wing because the president is able to appoint his own staff” as opposed to the Cabinet, Conway said, adding: “The president does have discretion to choose a staff of his liking. And so, if that actually is true and that legal advice holds, then that will open up a realm of possibilities.” “We haven’t had adult children in the White House for quite a while. We’ve had minor-aged children in the past several administrations . . . so it is something new,” she continued. Cuomo Nails Conway for Ridiculous Defense of Trump Sons' Selling Access to Their Dad. Kellyanne Conway has not only drunk the Trump Kool-Aid, it's running in her veins. Which is why she was just promoted to the highest position any woman holds in the Trump administration, counselor to the president.
What this likely means is that she will keep up her whispering to Trump (about what he should say in order to hide his racist, misogynist buffoonery) and that she will continue to appear on TV shows and spin utter nonsense as ever more damning revelations about the deeply corrupt Trump administration come out. Chris Cuomo grilled Conway Wednesday about the almost laughably blatant way the Trump sons are selling access to their dad. The hefty $1 million pricetag on a sitdown with the Trumpster was supposedly all for a well-meaning charity.
Hmmm, Cuomo wondered, isn't that sort of like what the Trump campaign was hammering Clinton about? Conway tried to pivot back to the Clintons, spewing allegations that were often repeated during the campaign and proven untrue. Watch: Conway smooths over Trump’s swipes at intelligence agencies. Bullshitter of the Day is a regular series highlighting the most outrageous quotes from the world's most virtuosic shovelers “He respects the intelligence community. He’s going to be president of the United States.” –Kellyanne Conway, ABC, Dec. 12, 2016 Who said it? Conway: Obama is trying to “box in” Trump with Russia sanctions. Kellyanne Conway, President-elect Donald Trump’s former campaign manager and future White House adviser, has gone on the record accusing President Barack Obama of trying to force her boss’ hand by imposing tough new sanctions on Russia. “I will tell you that even those who are sympathetic to President Obama on most issues are saying that part of the reason he did this today was to quote ‘box in’ President-elect Trump,” Conway told CNN’s Kate Bolduan on Thursday.
“That would be very unfortunate if politics were the motivating factor here. We can’t help but think that’s often true.” Conway added, “That is not the way that peaceful exchanges work in this democracy.” Later in the interview, Conway contested the notion that the hacking of DNC emails — whether perpetrated by Russia or anyone else — had a meaningful impact on the 2016 presidential election’s results. “All we heard through the election was ‘Russia, Russia, Russia.’ Kellyanne Conway defends GOP gutting of ethics panel: ‘Consumers’ have been filing too many complaints. Kellyanne Conway blames Meryl Streep for ‘inciting people’s worst instincts’ at Golden Globes. Conway dismisses need for independent hack probe. Kellyanne Conway, one of Donald Trump's top advisers, talks about Russian Hacking, Obama's speech, and the demonstrations planned for post inauguration day. NEW YORK — Kellyanne Conway, one of Donald Trump's top advisers, on Monday questioned whether additional investigations are needed into reports of Russian hacking during the campaign and indicated the incoming president may reconsider some of the punitive actions President Obama had ordered in response.
"I predict that President Trump will want to make sure that our actions are proportionate to what occurred, based on what we know," she told Capital Download. She said the steps Obama took, including ejecting 35 alleged Russian spies, were harsher than those he ordered after reported hacking by China and North Korea and suggested the reason for the difference was political.
"The fact is, the Democrats became super-duper interested in this entire issue after the election did not go the way they, quote, wanted and the way they expected. " Kellyanne Conway’s laughable ‘look at what’s in his heart’ defense of Donald Trump. ‘Everybody can see it’: CNN’s Chris Cuomo fights Kellyanne Conway’s denials that Trump mocked reporter. Kellyanne Conway, Seth Meyers Spar Over New Trump Allegations - Rolling Stone. Kellyanne Conway, senior advisor to President-elect Donald Trump, appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers within hours of an unverified bombshell report via CNN. The news organization reported U.S. intelligence briefed President Obama and Trump last week that Russia allegedly had "compromising" personal and financial information about the president-elect. "Nothing's been confirmed," Conway said about the alleged classified documents that may have come from a former British intelligence member and a Russian investigator.
"It also says that Hillary Clinton and groups that wanted Hillary Clinton to win may have been behind the investigations themselves," Conway added. “Propaganda Minister”: Carl Bernstein slams Kellyanne Conway after she picks a fight with CNN, Anderson Cooper. Bernstein rips ‘propaganda minister’ Kellyanne Conway: ‘One of the great anonymous sources of our era’ Famed journalist Carl Bernstein tore into Kellyanne Conway Wednesday over her callous dismissal of CNN’s reporting, calling the incoming counselor to the president “a propaganda minister.” ‘What’s happened to her?’: Michael Moore rips into Trump mouthpiece Kellyanne Conway. Kellyanne Conway: Russian Hacking Investigation Should Be Kept Secret To 'Protect The Public' Kellyanne Conway: Trump was right to attack John Lewis because ‘everyone is gunning for us’ Maddow grills Conway on Trump lie and media suit.