Kellyanne Conway shreds partisan hacks for a living.
Donald Trump‘s campaign manager smacked down CNN shill Chris Cuomo when he repeatedly took jabs at Trump during a fiery live interview.
“You sound a little desperate and partisan,” Conway said when the little brother of Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (a Hillary ally) asked why Trump has trouble staying on message.
Cuomo pointed to a sound bite of Trump at a rally reminding himself to stay cool and not get unhinged like Hillary Clinton, who exploded at a heckler earlier this week.
“He’s literally talking to himself out loud to remind himself: ‘Don’t attack anybody.’ Why is it so hard for him?” Cuomo asked.
Conway explained that Trump isn’t afraid to confront his critics, especially those who level unfair, negative attacks against him.
Cuomo interrupted: “Nobody has brought negativity to the race the way Trump has.”
Conway then pointed out that no political candidate in history has ever been attacked from all sides like Trump. “That’s not fair,” she said. “He’s had an unprecedented deluge of negative coverage.”
According to the Media Research Center, 91% of Trump’s press coverage has been negative, as pro-Hillary mainstream media such as CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times severely limit or try to minimize their coverage of Clinton’s two criminal FBI investigations.
Conway said the public is increasingly seeing through Clinton’s scandals and media obfuscation.
“They think Hillary lies for a living,” she noted, saying an upstart maverick like Trump is the perfect foil for entitled, oligarchical career politicians like Clinton.
“We want a true outsider to be the voice of the forgotten man and woman,” Conway said.
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