Kellyanne Conway was back on TV Friday to help report the news that the mainstream media avoided this week.
She lamented the media’s obsession with focusing on any of Trump’s failures, like the repeal and replacement of Obamacare, while ignoring his successes, in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
“I actually think when you look at some of the confidence numbers, it does show that people – the job creators, the job seekers and the job holders – all are seeing very good in this presidency so far,” she said.
She pointed out the National Association of Manufacturers survey showed 93 percent of manufacturer’s surveyed expressed confidence in the future of the economy, its highest point in 20 years.
“You saw recently the homebuilders confidence survey, highest in 12 years, the small business confidence survey in Gallup, highest in almost 10 years,” she bragged. “People feel confident in spending their money.”
And she is confident that Obamacare will be repealed and replaced after the opposing Republican sides are brought together.
“There were moderates who ended up not supporting it. There are conservatives who ended up not supporting it,” she said. “But that’s the price of success for having a very diverse party.”
She praised President Donald Trump’s leadership during the healthcare debate despite the bill not getting done.
“The legislation has to represent the disparate opinions and, most importantly, what the president has promised to do in repealing and replacing ObamaCare,” she said. “It’s not sustainable and it’s not affordable, so it will get done.”
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