If you happened to watch CNN on Friday morning, you saw a brutal exchange about Russian hacking between a righteous anchor with steam coming out of his ears and a right-wing operative with ice in her veins.“Chris Cuomo bulldozes Kellyanne Conway,” said a headline in one of the many publications so impressed by the encounter that they reported on it. If you happened to watch CNN on Monday morning, you saw that Conway was actually back with Cuomo for more. Surprised? Then you don’t know the first thing about her. She’s no mere mouthpiece, no measly surrogate.
At this point in time,I think Ms. Conway is Trump´s best hire.She can handle the uppity,fake news media without batting an eye.Along with Trump´s daughter,these are real powerhouse women,not the fraudulent stiffs the left runs out there.
If he tried, Frank Brunei could not have picked a worse time to write this kind of fake news and feculent opinion piece of horse manure. Kellyanne is quickly becoming a national treasure, while Chris Cuomo -- who would be flipping hamburgers if his last name wasn´t Cuomo -- will be swept down the drain along with his now-outed buddies Jake the Fake Tapper, Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper and all the other alt-left liars drawing paychecks from CNN.
Kellyanne and Ivanka have broken the so-called "glass ceiling" without much fanfare. The Democrats have no one to compete with them. Hillary is getting older by the day and looks like it. With her and Nancy Pelosi´s Botox wearing off, they both look like witches. Kellyanne will put them all to shame.
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Ok state mom, 1/11/2017 10:03:27 AM (No. 11104076)
I want to read the book Kellyanne will someday write but the story isn´t complete!
I will be having my first grandchild, a granddaughter, in June. It is the story of Kellyanne Conway I want to read to her about how mountains can be climbed, nortoriously bad hair and all, and keeping Christ at her core.
Don´t you get sick of Hollywood and the media, they are all nothing but airheads that live in a bubble, and have no idea what we, the American people (deplorables)struggle with everyday just trying to feed our families and make a living. Kellyanne Conway and President Trump, get it. And it makes the Media flaming mad that they are no longer going to be in control.
This NYT fool is doing his darnedest to smear Kellyanne and it isn´t working.
The "dark magic" is TRUTH, and this poor, incompetent, dishonest leftist stooge can´t even recognize it any more, so it must be some sort of ´dark magic´ because none of their very best spells or very best witch doctor´s lies from The Mad Cow and Cuomo seem to be able to defeat it.
Truth. The left can´t even see it or recognize it any more. They certainly cannot defeat it.
The New York Times and Bruni have major issues with Conway. The reason? She has shown them to be the incompetent and "fake news" hacks they are. She has made them irrelevant and goes on their programs only to continue to show the whole world how out of touch they are. She´s literally owns them.
Chris Cuomo is a mouthy little punk, just like his criminal brother and father. A FULL scale investigation of that entire family would do a lot to clean up the corruption in NorthEast government and the media.
Every time I watch Conway I think she is the female version of Newt Gingrich. She is not fazed by the bs questions thrown at her and has a logical and profound response to them. Thankfully the Republican Party has independent female thinkers and not some talking point idealogs like the Dems put forward.
This is the first NY Times article that I have read on this site all the way through. It reminded me why I never, ever do that and why I never read the NY Times anymore. I will never get those few minutes back. Bruni is a hack as are most of the NY Times reporters.
Given the president-elect´s performance at his press conference today, I am so happy to know that DJ Trump and his stellar staff, make the Lame Stream Media, the Frank Bruni´s of the world, heads explode. Spill your brains, Frank. You are so yesterday.
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