'If I threaten someone you'll know it': Kellyanne Conway denies saying White House would investigate reporter's personal life
White House Correspondent
October 25, 2019
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Conway’s remarks came after Trump administration allies set up an operation dedicated to researching and compiling dossiers on reporters deemed hostile to the White House."EVERY USA CITIZEN SHOULD BE AFRAID OF THIS
The Mother of Dragon Breath, breaker of truth and the Queen of Alternative Facts~
"Conway’s remarks came after Trump administration allies set up an operation dedicated to researching and compiling dossiers on reporters deemed hostile to the White House." Is this 1930s Germany or present day America?
Miss Alternative Facts and truth isn't really truth. Don't believe everything you hear.
"...that the White House might look into the reporter’s personal life...” ----"...Trump administration allies set up an operation dedicated to researching and compiling dossiers on reporters deemed hostile to the White House..." --- yes, only in Trump's Amerikka.
Things Kelly Ann Conway said about Trump before she started getting checks from him:
Trump's “False” Accusations About The Cruz Campaign Show “The Danger Of Just Saying Things That Aren't True."
Trump “Says He's For The Little Guy But He's Actually Built A Lot Of His Businesses On The Backs Of The Little Guy
Trump Victims Include “Victims Of Trump University, Victims Of Trump In Atlantic City.
“I Would Like To See” Trump’s Tax Returns “Be Transparent.
Conway reprimanded Trump for using “the p-word” at a rally, language she characterized as “unfortunate for children,” and claimed that voters “will think thrice now when they go into the ballot box.”
Trump “Can Whine And Complain” By Saying “The System Is Rigged,” But “There’s No Place In Politics For Accusing Folks Of Using Gestapo Tactics.
Conway charged the Trump campaign with “becoming a little cozy with the establishment” by hiring Paul Manafort as chairman.
Well, since Kellyanne's husband puts himself out there as a prominent conservative critic of Trump, then her so called "personal" life, vis-a-vis her husband, is fair game.
BTW, George Conway should be applauded for his courage to speak up, even as his wife not only refuses to do so, but also frequently echoes her boss's false narratives.
Kellyann seems to follow Russian tradition of dealing with inconvenient questions. As I recall couple of Russian journalists disappeared after asking to much.
How wonderful and gracious are the associates in the White House.
pointing out your hypocrisy
so she's OK with bashing everyone else that attacks Trump, but her husband who has openly done so is off limits and she won't talk about that guy and the media is out of line for asking about George Conway's comments... sorry woman you can't have it both ways
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