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The White House and President Donald Trump's allies have spent months laying the groundwork to fire deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. Now, however, they're holding him up as a brilliant genius for his memo that criticized former FBI director James Comey. During an extensive interview Monday, C... [Read More]
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Whenever you see the name Kellyanne Conway trending at the top of Twitter, you know one of two things have happened: Either there was another massacre at Bowling Green, or she's been on television peddling an utter load of codswallop in defense of her boss. The good news here is, the people of Bowling Gree... [Read More]
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"I think she is a very effective surrogate for the president." [Read More]
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God bless Twitter. [Read More]
There was a brief moment moment Monday morning when White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared to agree with a lot of Democrats that James Comey, then the FBI director, swung the 2016... [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway doesn't actually think that James Comey's decisions in the 2016 election affected the outcome, clarifying remarks she made on Good Morning America this morning. [Read More]
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Guess its not the same as the more recent attacks against Comey. [Read More]
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"Point I made on 3 shows is that we are supposed to believe THIS guy swung an election? I don't think so," the Trump adviser tweeted. [Read More]
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White House Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway appeared on CNN Monday to sarcastically slam the idea the former FBI Director James Comey swung the presidential election, only for the show's chyron to parrot it as a sincere response. [Read More]
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway refused to say Monday whether Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will keep his job... [Read More]
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On Monday, Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway criticized Comey, saying he is peddling a "revisionist version of history.''... [Read More]
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presidential counsellor Kellyanne Conway says she was being sarcastic and spent much of Monday morning insisting as much on Twitter... [Read More]
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In a contentious chat with ABC's George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America" on Monday, the White House adviser suggested that former FBI director James Comey tipped the scales in Donald Trump's favor by reopening the probe into Hillary Clinton's emails just 11 days before the presidential election. [Read More]
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway refused to say Monday whether Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will keep his job... [Read More]
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For the umpteenth time, Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway battled CNN host Chris Cuomo during Monday's New Day in a marathon shoutfest (almost 30 minutes in length) with the topics de jure being James Comey's book tour and the Russia investigation. [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway, a top counselor to President Donald Trump, said that former FBI Director James Comey "swung" the 2016 election in Trump's favor.  Conway's comment, referring to Comey's October 2016 announcement that the FBI had reopened its investigation into Trump's rival, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, contradicts the White House's longstanding position.  Conway reversed her argument later on Monday morning, arguing that Comey isn't capable of swinging an election.  Kellyanne Conway, a top counselor to President Donald Trump, said that former FBI Director James Comey "swung" the 2016 election, referring to Comey's October 2016 announcement that... [Read More]
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Monday morning that former FBI Director James Comey changed the outcome of the 2016... [Read More]
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The morning after former FBI Director James Comey's interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on the network to dispute some of Comey's claims. Conway slammed Comey's credibility on Good Morning America on Monday, calling him an "admitted leaker" and suggesting that he was an opportunist looking for future memoir fodder. Stephanopoulos interviewed Comey on Sunday, in the former FBI official's first major press appearance following his firing last year and ahead of his forthcoming book, A Higher Loyalty. Conway suggested that Comey's allegations were disingenuous because he had waited nearly a... [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway was probably not supposed to say that part out loud. [Read More]
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