Kellyanne Conway: Melania 'Superior' to Michelle Obama

Kellyanne Conway: Melania 'Superior' to Michelle Obama

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 USA magazines, while her predecessor Michelle Obama appeared on at least two dozen during her eight years with Barack Obama in the White House.

Bash cited a tweet that Conway's husband sent in March, but then deleted, which slammed Trump for repeatedly contradicting his staff's statements. Moore denied these allegations during his campaign and has countersued one of the women who accused him, who is suing him for defamation.

All of this is precisely why Conway, who is a is a pro at exploiting gender tensions and double standards, does not get to play the sexism card in this, or frankly, any situation. "You went there. CNN just went there".

"So that ought to be fun moving Dana. Are we going to do that?" We're now going to talk about other people's spouses and significant others just because they either work in the White House or.at CNN. "There has been a different standard for me than there have been for other people". "So this is a fascinating "crossing the Rubicon moment"... and I'll leave it at that".

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway had a relatively low media profile for a few months, since she was busy mismanaging the White House response to the opioid crisis.

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"A thousand percent, I would", Bash responded.

"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.

Although Bash said she wasn't criticizing Conway's husband, Conway quickly begged to differ.

Conway reported the problem was created to function as very important.

Shortly after Conway's interview on CNN aired, her husband retweeted a message from Maggie Haberman, the New York Times' chief White House correspondent, who has been a recent subject of the President's ire online.

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