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Trump was quick to jump on Al Franken, but not Moore. [Read More]
Conway also claimed that Trump hadn't made a statement about Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore because he was traveling. [Read More]
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Whenever Donald Trump has his lowest, most unconscionable, least defensible moments, one person is sure to show up to mop up his vomit. That's right, the woman tagged by Saturday Night Live as looking like "the last 10 minutes of prom" emerged with a... [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway was asked about President Trump's silence on the allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. [Read More]
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"I tried to do it 13 months ago; nobody wanted to listen to me because of the campaign I was managing." [Read More]
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AP Photo/Alex Brandon White House counselor Kellyanne Conway defended the president's decision to tweet about sexual misconduct accusations made against Democratic Sen. Al Franken, while remaining neutral on allegations against embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore. Conway argued that the Franken story was the news of the day, while the Moore story is "eight days old." White House counselor Kellyanne Conway defended President Donald Trump's decision to tweet about sexual misconduct allegations made against Democratic Sen. Al Franken this week, while remaining neutral on allegations that Roy Moore, a Republican Senate... [Read More]
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Friday denied claims that President Trump is playing politics with the issue of sexual harassment. [Read More]
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White House adviser Kellyanne Conway went on Fox News Friday to downplay President Donald Trump's total silence about Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused by multiple women of molesting them when they were teenagers. Fox host Sandra Smith asked Conway why Trump b... [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway on taxes, Senate Dem scandals, Roy Moore - National News On 'America's Newsroom,' the senior counselor to the president weighs in on what Trump wants in the final tax bill and the controversies surrounding Franken, Menendez and Moore. [Read More]
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"Al Franken was a new news story yesterday and the president weighs in as he does on the news of the day," Conway responded. [Read More]
"Al Franken was a new news story yesterday and the president weighs in as he does on the news of the day," Conway responded. [Read More]
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Friday denied claims that President Trump is playing politics with the issue of sexual harassment. "The Roy Moore story is eight days old and the president put out a statement during his Asia trip on that," Ms. Conway said. "And since then, our press ... [Read More]
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Senior counselor to the president sets the record straight. [Read More]
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Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit. In a Thursday morning segment on Fox news, Conway said she had tried to make sexual harassment "an issue" last October, when she spoke out about people in Congress R... [Read More]
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Senior counselor to the president weighs in on 'Fox News @ Night.'... [Read More]
Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit. [Read More]
Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit. [Read More]
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president went on Fox News on Thursday to discuss Roy Moore's and his alleged predilection for teen girls and Trump's silence on the subject. (Even Fox News is wondering why Donald Trump hasn't said anything about Moore. Conway's answer was that he was in Asia. Trump is busy in Asia! It's a huge continent.) She took the opportunity to say that the discussion around Moore and sexual assault, more broadly, was very important, and by the way, it was she, Kellyanne Conway, who first told us all that in October 2016. Remember?:... [Read More]
The White House senior counselor lashed out at Fox & Friends hosts after they pressed her on sexual assault allegations against Roy Moore. [Read More]
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Thursday that President Trump was too busy focusing on his Asian trip and tax reform plan to pay attention to pervy Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. "Well the president made a statement when he was in Asia, and he's been very busy here working on explaining to the country... [Read More]
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