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" I would ask you that if you were a male and your partner ... a thousand percent I would", Bash reacted.

Kellyanne Conway lashed out at a CNN host over question about her husband's anti-Trump Twitter habit.

Conway wondered why that was relevant and noted that her children were watching.

"It's fascinating to me that CNN would go there", Conway said. "Are we going to do that?"

"This is a fascinating, cross-the-Rubicon moment and I will leave it at that", said Conway, bashing CNN's Dana Bash. "You simply went there". "But she also, especially as somebody who now works for in the White House and goes out to talk about the president's policies, is subject to questions like the one I asked her for that very reason". "It's about questioning- openly questioning exactly what you are providing for a living and with regard to your manager".

Conway cited Trump's achievements to TMZ - she speaks six languages, is an entrepreneur with jewelry and skin care businesses, and supports several charities including the American Red Cross, the Boys Club of NY, and the Police Athletic League - and said that Trump was a wonderful role model for girls and women alike.


Considering that in 2015, George Conway, a popular lawyer whom Trump thought about choosing for solicitor general, has actually been publishing and retweeting tweets that have actually been vital of the President. And I didn't know what she was talking about at all.

Last Monday on ABC's "Good Morning America", Conway used fired FBI Director James Comey's disclosure that his wife and daughters supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election as a way to target his own political leanings.

"There are other family members of people who work at the White House who certainly don't support the President privately and publicly", Conway said.

Despite Bash repeatedly trying to insert that attacking Conway was not the point of her questioning, Conway barreled along.

If Conway really wants to prove that she cares so strongly about not dragging spouses and getting them involved in the politics of the day, perhaps she should focus less on attacking Dana Bash and more on acknowledging the real Donald Trump and her role in trying to justify his abysmal treatment of women.

Shortly after Conway's interview aired, her husband retweeted a message from Maggie Haberman, the New York Times' chief White House correspondent, in which she subtly mocked the POTUS because of his absence at first lady Barbara Bush's funeral.


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