Kellyanne Conway Flips Out When Asked About Her Husband's Trump-Trolling Tweets

Kellyanne Conway Flips Out When Asked About Her Husband's Trump-Trolling Tweets

After presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway made headlines for her face-off this morning with CNN host Dana Bash, anchor Fredricka Whitfield hosted a panel on the clash during which political analyst Ryan Lizza called Conway's earlier comments "threatening". But it's very good for the whole world to have just witnessed ... that it's now fair game what people's-how people's spouses and significant others may differ with them.

In an interview on CNN's "State of the Union", Conway pushed back hard on suggestions that Trump, in his tweeted defense of Cohen, is "worried" that Cohen will tell federal authorities something that could harm Trump. "This is a fascinating, cross-the-Rubicon moment and I will leave it at that".

Kellyanne Conway roused media attention Sunday by accusing CNN's Dana Bash of posing a sexist question-if in a slightly perplexing manner. "I'm really surprised and gratified to see that". "You just went there".

The tense exchange went on for almost five minutes, with Conway suggesting she faces a "different standard" than have past presidential aides, and slamming Bash for bringing up her marriage.

"My point is that we don't often see, in fact I don't remember the last time we saw, somebody working for the President in a high-profile position when their spouse is saying critical things about them", Bash said.

"He writes numerous issues which might be additionally supportive", Conway stated of her husband, George Conway, a outstanding lawyer. Aside From President Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalynn Carter, who were missing because of President Carter's overseas travel and Rosalynn's healing from surgical treatment, the only individual missing out on was Trump.

George Conway, once a possible pick to be President Trump's solicitor general, has indeed displayed a penchant for tweeting or retweeting about Corgis and the reigning Super Bowl champions.

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