Kellyanne Conway Says Melania Is 'Superior' First Lady ... to Michelle Obama

Kellyanne Conway Says Melania Is 'Superior' First Lady ... to Michelle Obama

Kellyanne Conway Says Melania Is 'Superior' First Lady ... to Michelle Obama

When Bash claimed she would have asked the same question to a man, Conway replied, "No you wouldn't".

Kellyanne Conway pushed back on CNN's Dana Bash on Sunday morning because of a question about tweets Conway's husband has sent or retweeted critical of President Trump.

"I don't think she needs to be on the cover of a magazine for everyone to see how wonderful her work is", Conway told TMZ.

"No. 2, it's fascinating to me that CNN would go there".

"We're now going to talk about other people's spouses and significant others just because they either work at the White House or CNN? I'm really surprised, but very, in some ways, relieved and gratified to see that".

"This is a fascinating, cross-the-Rubicon moment and I will leave it at that", said Conway, bashing CNN's Dana Bash.

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 to make her track record even more shameful, let us not forget that Conway also defended Trump's endorsement of Roy Moore for Senate, despite all the allegations of child molestation and abuse against Moore. "Are we going to do that?"

" By meaning, partners have a disagreement when one is, I have no idea, draining pipes the joint checking account to support things possibly the other disagrees with", she stated.

She continued: "There has actually been a various requirement for me than there have actually been for other individuals".

However, Con-Way implied it fair game also established a five-minute diatribe contrary to Bash and also CNN for bringing her husband up.

"The argument Kellyanne Conway seems to be making is that asking questions about her husband that are obviously built on the idea that a woman can't disagree with her husband, on the antiquated notion that women only can have the same opinions that their man holds", this writer said.

Haberman tweeted a photograph of some of the living presidents and their spouses gathered at first lady Barbara Bush's funeral on Saturday.

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