Conway to CNN Host: You're Being Sexist

Conway to CNN Host: You're Being Sexist

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway bristled on Sunday when CNN's Dana Bash asked about tweets critical of the White House published by Conway's husband, George Conway, a prominent lawyer.

Conway countered that there are relatives of other White House staffers who don't back Trump at all.

"I don't think she needs to be on the cover of a magazine for everyone to see how wonderful her work is", Conway told TMZ. "This is a remarkable, cross-the-Rubicon minute and I will leave it at that". We're now going to talk about other people's spouses and significant others just because they either work at the White House or at CNN? That's an allusion to John King, from whom Bash is divorced.

" By meaning, partners have a disagreement when one is, I have no idea, draining pipes the joint checking account to support things possibly the other disagrees with", she stated.

The host defended asking her question, but Conway said her job had nothing to do with her spouse.

"A thousand percent, I would", Bash responded.

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After longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Trump complained "Attorney-client privilege is dead", George Conway responded with a link to Justice Department policies on raiding a lawyer's office.

"It's about questioning, publicly questioning, what you are doing for a living and with regard to your boss.", Bash said. "And it has nothing to do with your gender".

Conway said her husband, George Conway, a prominent lawyer, also posts many things that are supportive, and she then launched into a diatribe against CNN and Bash for asking a question that was meant to "harass and embarrass". CNN just went there. I thought it was a legitimate question and I still do.

Last Monday on ABC's "Good Morning America", Conway used fired FBI Director James Comey's disclosure that his wife and daughters supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election as a way to target his own political leanings.

Another Vox writer said Conway had it all wrong.

Despite Bash repeatedly trying to insert that attacking Conway was not the point of her questioning, Conway barreled along. "Which I agree is a totally offensive concept".

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