Kellyanne Conway lost it when CNN’s Wolf Blitzer played criticism of Trump by her husband George Conway.
Blitzer said, “I don’t want to talk about your marriage. I know there are issues there.”
Conway shot back, “What did you say? You don’t want to talk about my marriage but there are issues there? Why would you say that?”
Wolf Blitzer to Kellyanne Conway: "I don't want to talk about your marriage, I know there are issues there." pic.twitter.com/ERvWX0L9eE
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Conway wanted to know why Blitzer chose to bring up her husband, and he said, “Because he’s a legal scholar, he’s a lawyer and he was really going after the President Of The United States. He was all over television yesterday.”
Blitzer showed taped of George Conway criticizing Trump during the impeachment coverage, and Kellyanne Conway responded, “What you just quoted is said every single day by other voices. But you wanted to put it in my husband’s voice because you think somehow that will help your ratings or that you’re really sticking it to Kellyanne Conway. And let me make it very clear, you didn’t stick it to Kellyanne Conway. I think you embarrassed yourself and I’m embarrassed for you.”
Blitzer was trying to say that he didn’t want to talk about her marriage, which opened the door for Kellyanne Conway to rant about the media, and how they are talking about her marriage.
Since George Conway is a part of MSNBC’s impeachment coverage, it is valid to ask Kellyanne Conway’s opinion being that she works for the president who is being impeached.
Wolf Blitzer should have never mentioned the Conway marriage. He could have asked for her reaction to her husband’s points, but Kellyanne Conway is one who flipped out and played the martyr because she can’t handle her husband’s criticism of Trump.
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Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor and Senior White House and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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