"I don't think she needs to be on the cover of a magazine for everyone to see how wonderful her work is".
White House senior advisor Kellyanne Conway actually opened the aperture in her face and discharged nonsense into the atmosphere, telling the media that Melania Trump is a "such a superior" first lady to Michelle Obama and the country is lucky to have her.
He did, however, acknowledge that Conway had a right to fight back when she was asked an unfair question. "But she also, especially as somebody who now works for in the White House and goes out to talk about the president's policies, is subject to questions like the one I asked her for that very reason". "Are we going to do that?"
As the two battled Conway added, "You just brought him into this".
But that is exactly what the counselor to the President of the United States expected of the public when she went on CNN's "State of the Union" program and basically laid into the guest host, CNN's Dana Bash.
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But the real icing on the hypocrisy cake came when Conway suggested that Bash would not have asked her the question about her husband's tweets if she were a man, to which Bash responded that gender had nothing to do with her question. "It's not about that".
" His individuals in his family desired the other individual to win", Conway stated, describing Clinton.
Conway continued to stay on the defensive by stating that spouses "by definition have differences of opinion" and that Bash's question was a "cross-the-Rubicon moment" demonstrating the "double standard" Conway has to deal with. My point is that we don't often see, in fact, I don't remember the last time we saw, someone working for the president in a high-profile position when their spouse is saying critical things about them. And you know, she got a Republican president across the finish line against all odds.