‘Morning Joe” anchors Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski accused Kellyanne Conway, who serves as counselor to the president, of being ‘shill’ who actually ‘hates’ the president.
The MSNBC hosts made the accusation on Monday when Brzezinski claimed that Conway used to insinuate she felt dirty for supporting the president’s candidacy.
“This is a woman, by the way, who came on our show during the campaign and would shill for Trump in extensive fashion and then she would get off the air, the camera would be turned off, the microphone would be taken off and she would say ‘bleach … I need to take a shower’ because she disliked her candidate so much,” Brzezinski said.
Her fiance and co host Scarborough corroborated her claims, but said he did not recall her saying she did it for the money.
“Also said, that this is just, like my summer in Europe. I’m just doing this for the money, I’ll be off this soon,” Scarborough said. “I don’t know that she ever said ‘I’m doing this for the money,’ but this is just my summer vacation, my summer in Europe. And basically, I’m gonna get through this.”
“’But first I have to take a shower because it feels so dirty to be saying what I’m saying,’” Brzezinski claimed Conway said. “I guess she’s just used to it now.”
Scarborough noted that he found it “interesting” that Conway began referring to the president as “my client” after the infamous “Access Hollywood” tapes were leaked.
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