CNN's Dana Bash Defends Asking 'Completely Legitimate Question' to Kellyanne Conway

CNN's Dana Bash Defends Asking 'Completely Legitimate Question' to Kellyanne Conway

CNN's Dana Bash Defends Asking 'Completely Legitimate Question' to Kellyanne Conway

Conway hit back at everything in sight.

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

Quickly after Conway's interview on CNN aired, her other half retweeted a message from Maggie Haberman, the New York Times' primary White House reporter, who has actually been a current topic of the President's ire online.

After Bash commented that the question was supposed to be lighthearted and added it was hard for two adults who have differences of opinion, Conway interrupted: "Which two adults?"

" 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. "And I will leave it at that".

TMZ chased down the White House whisperer in Washington and asked about media reports that Melania Trump has not been featured on the cover of any US magazines, while her predecessor Michelle Obama appeared on at least two dozen during her eight years with Barack Obama in the White House. "No, you wouldn't", Conway said. "No, no, no, no, no", Conway responded. "It's about questioning - publicly questioning what you are doing for a living and with regard to your boss". "And it has nothing to do with your gender".

Kellyanne Conway says Melania Trump is a "superior" First Lady to Michelle Obama. and the country is lucky to have her.

Today is Earth Day and activists are aiming to end plastic pollution
Today is Earth Day and this year's campaign is aimed at helping to end plastic pollution in our oceans and land. According to him, it is presently developing a national policy on Plastic Waste Management.

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd hits $100 billion in market cap
India's leading software exporter also pipped its rival - US-listed Accenture, which commanded a market value of $98 billion. Interestingly, TCS' market-cap is about 25 per cent more than the capital invested in the Pakistan Stock Exchange.

Man tasered on Miami-Chicago flight after reportedly groping passenger
A stun gun had little effect on him, possibly because it did not attach properly through his clothing, the arrest report said. The flight crew then began deplaning the aircraft after Garcia refused to get off on his own.

"CNN chose to go there", she added. I thought it was a legitimate question and I still do.

Conway continued to stay on the defensive by stating that spouses "by definition have differences of opinion" and that Bash's question was a "cross-the-Rubicon moment" demonstrating the "double standard" Conway has to deal with.

By trying to make herself look like a victim, Conway also conveniently ignores that Trump repeatedly targeted former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's wife, Jill McCabe, and even told McCabe to "ask his wife how it feels to be a loser".

"His people in his household wanted the other person to win", Conway said, referring to Clinton.

Another Vox writer said Conway had it all wrong. "Which I agree is a totally offensive concept".

Then, however, she took anchor Dana Bash's question as a major slight that brought family members into politics.

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]