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"Tommy Christopher. You are offensive. This ins't your 'slant" on the news. This is your pure hatred bubbling over into journalism and you should be ashamed. [Read More]
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Trump counselor and former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told Fox & Friends on Friday that the Trump campaign didn't need the Russians' help to dig up dirt on Hillary Clinton. Clinton herself "was like a walking, talking treasure trove of negative information," she said. Conway argued that the Democratic candidate was her own worst enemy during the 2016 presidential campaign, and questioned whether "Americans are comfortable with the taxpayers funding" ongoing efforts to find alleged collusion between Trump and Moscow. .@KellyannePolls on election results: "@HillaryClinton affected the electoral outcome." #FoxandFriends pic.twitter.com/5ayY6w8iY0 — Fox News (@FoxNews) July 21, 2017 "Let's... [Read More]
In her Friday Fox interview, Conway laid out the administration's defense against Mueller's investigation. [Read More]
First of all, speculation is rife that Trump is laying the groundwork for attempting to smash the special counsel investigation: He pointed to a recent report, "Trump's Laundromat," in the New Republic that examines the president's longstanding... [Read More]
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Associated Press/Carolyn Kaster One of White House press secretary Sean Spicer's most colorful moments came in May, when he huddled behind bushes on the White House grounds for several minutes as staffers sought to respond to the frenzy of media questions about President Donald Trump's abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey, according to The Washington Post. Spicer wanted to return to his office after an interview with Fox Business but couldn't do so without running into a throng of reporters on his way there, The Post reported. He emerged from the bushes after a press office... [Read More]
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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 ... [Read More]
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Can she actually hear herself? [Read More]
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The expansion of the ongoing investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the US elections and the Trump campaign only stalls the progress of the probe, White House senior aide Kellyanne Conway said in an interview on Friday. [Read More]
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'Very important...'... [Read More]
" We may never know. Then why bring it up?" "3....2....1.....CNN Breaking Story! Kellyanne Conway takes call from Putin live on 'Fox... [Read More]
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"Are you talking to the president? Is that the president?" a host asked excitedly. [Read More]
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White House aide Kellyanne Conway says it's only fair to expose any potential conflicts of interest of investigators helping Robert Mueller examine Russia's interference in the 2016 election and possible ties to the Trump campaign. [Read More]
"Damaging Intel on Swillary? She did enough damage publicly that she lost the election." "The dems screwed up big time in 2016, Clinton was major dama... [Read More]
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She didn't even flinch when the show went live. [Read More]
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Kellyanne Conway suggested that the team of lawyers investigating Russia potential meddling in the presidential election were Hillary Clinton supporters, during her Friday appearance on "Fox & Friends." Special Counsel Robert Mueller is leading a team of six lawyers who are tasked with looking into whether or not the Trump campaign colluded with Russia regarding the alleged meddling. Conway fired back that the attorneys "clearly wanted the other person to win," referring to the 2016 presidential election. [Read More]
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The senior White House counselor received a phone call during her Friday appearance on Fox & Friends -- and decided it was too important to wait. [Read More]
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway took aim at CNN in an appearance on Fox News's "Fox & Friends" Friday morning, accusing the network of having a "rush to judgment" and "presumptive negativity" in covering the president. After Conway said President Trump felt he has been treated unfairly by the press, co-host Steve Doocy brought up a situation from late June involving Trump ally Anthony Scaramucci and a story about possible ties to a Russian bank that CNN was forced to retract.ADVERTISEMENTThe three reporters in the story abruptly resigned, leading to speculation they were forced out by the organization. One of the reporters, Eric Lichtblau,... [Read More]
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"The investigations have stalled." [Read More]
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Fox & Friends 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 President Donald Trump and his associates. "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said some members of Mueller's team, which is investigating whether members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russians during the 2016 election, have donated thousands of dollars to Democrats in the past. "This is just a witch hunt," Conway said in response. "It's all a... [Read More]
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In a Friday appearance on Fox & Friends, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway argued that the people "should know" that lawyers on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team made donations to Democrats. "These weren't minor donations. ... These were significant donations by members of that team. They clearly wanted the other person to win," Conway said. "Now, whether that prejudices them one way or the other in the investigation remains to be seen. But it is relevant information for people to have." Conway explained this push for "transparency" fits in with President Trump's larger promise to "drain the swamp."... [Read More]
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