Working mom Kellyanne Conway puts all the ‘crazy cat ladies’ going after her on notice — bigtime

Feminists beware.

Kellyanne Conway came out swinging after being criticized for saying she was reluctant to take a position in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration because being a mother is her number one priority.

The 49 year-old former Trump campaign manager delivered a blistering assessment of her critics, calling out the “childless interns” and crazy cat ladies in a mic-dropping comment on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co. on Friday.

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“I thought that women were products of their choices, and that’s what I’m trying to do here quietly and privately find the best balance for my family,” she told host Stuart Varney.  “Maybe I will go into the administration because Donald Trump and my husband are very supportive of that choice as well.”

The Senior Advisor for the Trump Transition Team and the first woman to ever run a successful Republican presidential campaign said her boss has “never been anything but gracious and gentlemanly to me and respectful to the fact that I am a mom to young children. He actually thinks it’s pretty cool.”

Conway, who has four children ages 12 and younger, believes the attacks are politically motivated.

“The issue is just a very personal one, but I can’t help but feel that people are judging my politics and not my motherhood,” she said.

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“I would just note to you that some people who have attacked me are moms, but a lot of women who have attacked me are either childless interns born in the 1990s or 2000s, or I’ve noticed women who have cats as their Twitter pictures,” Conway added. “I’m not going to lose my mind over people attacking me in 140 characters. I’ll assure you that.”

Varney wisely noted with a laugh, “Kellyanne, I never want to cross you because I will be shredded.”

Some Twitter users did take issue with the cat picture comment, though with a sense of humor.

But many erupted in praise on Twitter, blasting the mom-shamers who have been slinging attacks at Conway who, it seems, can really take care of herself.

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