Offbeat Conway: White House does not have a credibility problem

17:15  06 may  2018
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We’re a little more than two weeks into the Trump administration, and while the White House staff can’t figure out how to turn the damn lights on, President Aside from Sean Spicer and that brilliant send-up Melissa McCarthy did of him over the weekend, the biggest problem seems to be Kellyanne Conway .

Voter fraud is a “very serious” problem in New Hampshire. The White House has provided So here’s my question: If President Donald Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway has a widely acknowledged “ credibility ” problem Days later, the news channel did invite Conway back for an interview, but

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Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that she doesn't believe the Trump White House has a credibility problem.

"No, I don't," Conway told CNN's "State of the Union" when asked if she thinks the White House has issues with its credibility.

Conway, when pressed on President Trump's falsehoods, insisted "the president doesn't lie."

The comments from Conway come after The New York Times reported Friday that Trump knew about the $130,000 payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels before he denied knowledge of it.

Conway during the CNN interview also said that she had no knowledge of any payments potentially Trump's personally lawyer, Michael Cohen, could have made to other women.

"I do not. They didn't crossed my desk as campaign manager," she told CNN when asked about Rudy Giuliani saying Cohen could have paid other women had he deemed it "necessary."

In leaky West Wing, not even a phone ban can stop embarrassing disclosures .
The dustup over a White House aide's crass remark about Sen. John McCain's health has once again inflamed the White House's frustration with staffers who reveal the inner workings of the West Wing to reporters outside the building. Despite active efforts to flush out administration leakers -- including machines used to detect unauthorized cell phones in the West Wing -- President Donald Trump and his senior aides haven't yet been able to stem the flow of damaging information. Deputy press secretary Raj Shah was in the daily communications meeting with about two dozen other officials last week when Kelly Sadler, a previously little-known aide, remarked that it d

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