White House counselor Kellyanne Conway criticized CNN and rejected all claims that Mika Brzezinski is a target of sexism, saying that the claims are “really rich just for any woman who works here” due to her constants blasts on women in the White House.
After James O’Keefe and Project Veritas published a clip presenting a producer of CNN’s Chris Cuomo saying Conway “looks like she was hit with a shovel” and accusing her of being an “awful woman,” Conway stated:
“On this guy from CNN, it’s part of a culture where it’s accepted if not applauded to ridicule the President of the United States and his senior staff. And I’m sure people at CNN are hoping that the long holiday weekend, and as many of them have described to me that the ‘lowly junior status’ of this fellow, is supposed to fade into the Independence Day fireworks.”
“It is symptomatic of a culture whether it’s the screaming lower third (of the TV screen) or the constant merciless attacks on the president and his senior staff. In many ways he (CNN producer Jimmy Carr)) was just joining in on the fun. I’m waiting, waiting, waiting for someone there to stand up and express their outrage at a high-ranking woman at the White House being talked about in such ways,” she said.
She pointed out that Mika Brzezinski constantly attacks women who are employees at Trump Administration.
Mika was in the media spotlight on Thursday after Trump wrote that she insisted on joining him around New Year’s Eve but he said no because she was bleeding badly from a face-lift.
Scarborough said that Brzezinski “did have a little skin under her chin tweaked, but this was hardly a state secret.”
Conway noted that Brzezinski many times attacked her even going as far as calling her a “politics porn.”
“When Mika said what she has said about me, I have not responded. All those things she’s said about me — ‘politics porn,’ ‘liar,’ ‘nothing honest about Kellyanne Conway’ — I haven’t responded to that, I haven’t shown the texts, I’ve sort of just sucked it up, swallowed it, dealt with the crying kids about it.”
“This whole idea that she’s some victim of sexism is really rich just for any woman who works here,” Conway added.
She continued that all the madness circling around Trump’s tweets about Brzezinski and Scarborough is “a one-percenter’s conversation too.”
“Let’s be frank here, it’s a one-percenter’s conversation. I’m here for those people who need help, the women have no jobs, no healthcare, struggling with opioid addiction, whose kids have been murdered by illegal aliens who hadn’t been deported, had felony convictions — I’m here for all them, as is the president.”
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