Kellyanne Conway Only Calls Out Sexism When Its Convenient

Kellyanne Conway Only Calls Out Sexism When Its Convenient

Kellyanne Conway Only Calls Out Sexism When Its Convenient

After a brief hiatus from the media circuit, the presidential counselor gave an interview to CNN's Anderson Cooper on Tuesday night. There's a reason the entire internet loved and ran with Cooper's eye roll-this was classic Conway condescension being validated. In an interview with Fox and Friends on Thursday, Conway claimed the eye roll was sexist.

"Conway added that while Clinton is wrong to attribute her election loss to sexism, she actually does face sexism regularly".

Democratic senators sharply criticized Trump's decision to fire Comey on Tuesday, with some calling for a special prosecutor to investigate Russian meddling into the 2016 USA election and any connection to Trump's aides.

"He had me sit through a bunch of tapes showing then candidate Trump commending Jim Comey about Hillary Clinton " s emails, talking about him etc.

"This whole thing is very simple - you're trying to make it very complex", Conway said.

"Thanks for the trip down memory lane". "Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse for why her disastrous candidacy and campaign lost six months ago", she said.

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Despite (or perhaps BECAUSE OF) not seeing each other for a period of seven weeks, these two foes picked up right where they left-off; it goes without saying that the sexual tension between Conway and Cooper remains hotter than ever.

"The president expects people who are serving in his administration to be loyal to the country and to be loyal to the administration", Conway told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program, and in addition, she believes "certainly Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who oversees the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, his memo clearly laid out numerous morale [issues]". Like, "Can you imagine having a male anchor on a network roll eyes at Sean Spicer?" The internet responded with applause, but Conway herself was not a fan. I myself have some questions but you have to have some respect for the surrogates.

"You know you want to question the timing of when he fires, when he hires", she said.

Comey's firing on Tuesday came as a big shock as not only did his investigation into Clinton's emails benefit Trump during the 2016 election, but also because the FBI is now investigating whether or not Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation to interfere in the election.

Both statements were contradicted shortly afterwards by White House spokesman Sean Spicer.

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