Conway looks happy, relaxed, and confident, is well lit by studio lighting, and is wearing red, a power color. Now let’s
Kellyanne Conway doubts Bob Mueller's legal team because it features a "band of Democratic donors." But what about the Dem donors in the White House?
Kellyanne Conway literally owned CNN’s Brian Stelter over the weekend. He started out immediately on the wrong foot addressing Trump’s “war on the media.” He claimed it is harming the
We'd roll our eyes, but Conway would probably call that sexist, too.
“We will always remember how tenacious and loyal Mark and Debbie Meadows were, especially after Oct. 7. They’re definitely members of what we call the ‘Oct. 8th coalition.’” — Kellyanne Conway, quoted by the Washington Examiner, praising Rep. Mark Meadows [...]
White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway debated with CNN's Brian Stelter over the media's coverage of investigations into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election. Stelter called it a "big story" and...Show More Summary
The White House counsellor clashed with a CNN host on Sunday.
Senior White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said on Sunday that the ongoing controversy over President Donald Trump and his campaign's possible ties to Russia was "not a big story." The contentious interview with CNN's "Reliable Sources"...Show More Summary
Six months after launching that infamous phrase into the cultural and political lexicon, President Trump’s counselor attempted on Sunday to define what she meant.
"So. You should be happy that we have such an engaged -- you should be happy that we have such an engaged president," she stated.
During a very long — and very combative interview — on CNN, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway took offense when host Brian Stelter pointed out the Donald Trump election officials had been speaking with the Russians long before she joined the campaign. Continuously complaining about...
"I appreciate your point about the president's momentum," he said. "But this is a White House in crisis whether you recognize it or not."
Over the past few days, there have been reports that the White House is looking to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation by digging up dirt on the investigators.
Propaganda Minister Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources this morning to scream at host Brian Stelter for 26 minutes, at one point taunting him to name “one big scandal” of the Trump administration. More from Mediaite:...Show More Summary
"I'm sure you want that to go viral," Conway retorted. "I'm not attacking CNN."
As the Fox and Friends crew came back from a commercial ready to introduce their favorite guest, Kellyanne Conway weirdly stayed on the cell phone as they came live, on-air. This is a big no-no for any broadcast even though the F&F group...Show More Summary
Imagine for a moment you’re Kellyanne Conway, White House adviser and frequent surrogate for President Donald Trump on television. You’re appearing Friday on live TV—taking a seat as the guest on the very (very, very) Trump-friendly morning show Fox & Friends—and decide to continue...
"Are you talking to the president? Is that the president?" a host asked excitedly.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway zeroed in Friday on special counsel Robert Mueller, telling "Fox & Friends" that she thinks it's important for the American people to know about his team's potential conflicts of interest in investigating...Show More Summary
Senior White House counselor Kellyanne Conway received a phone call during her Friday appearance on Fox & Friends -- and decided it was too important to wait. Read more...